Tradecraft - We love to serve real coffee here.


achieving better trading conditions

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St. Andrew's prides itself on being a Fairtrade Church using Fairtrade coffee and tea when serving refreshments at an event or service. We have a fairtrade stall once a month on the 3rd sunday of the month in the Church Hall during coffee / tea after the 10am Sunday Morning Service. 

We hold a Fairtrade fortnight at the beginning of March when students from St. Andrew's School run a Fairtrade Cafe in the Church. This is a national time to reflect on our Fairtrade with third world countries. We all want cheap food but this often means that Third World Farmers and communities are asked to supply food at little or no profit to them. It also means that land they could use for food production for themselves is used to provide cash crops for the likes of big supermarkets. 




When we meet

3rd Sunday after 10am Service

Where we meet

St Andrew's Church Hall

Group Leader

Roger Miller

Our latest news & articles.

  • COVID-19 | Public worship at St Andrew’s suspended.
    Wednesday, 18 March 2020

    COVID-19 | Public worship at St Andrew’s suspended.

    The church will however remain open for private prayer and any visitors are asked to observe the information about public hygiene.

    Clergy are available to speak to – but this may well involve phone calls rather than face to face conversation. This is in line with our duty of care towards you.

  • Fair Trade Report 2017
    Tuesday, 08 May 2018

    Fair Trade Report 2017

    Roger Miller

    St Andrew's remains a fair trade church, using fair trade tea & coffee and the congregation continues to buy from the monthly stall.

  • Fairtrade Report 2016
    Monday, 03 July 2017

    Fairtrade Report 2016

    Roger Miller

    The Turnover of the stall, mainly in goods from Tradecraft, during the year was about £484.