Beautiful new cards and watercolours from Nikki Das at Eye2eye FairTrade Shop this month.
Crafters and designer makers at eye2eye FairTrade Shop are refreshing their work for the start of 2018, drop in and see what’s new!
FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT 2018
Feb 26th – March 9th
eye2eye will be at Cranfield University on Monday Feb 26th
So the shop will be closed that day.
Look out for Fairtrade special treats and offers at eye2eye shop during the Fortnight!
eye2eye Arts & Crafts studio –
OUR NEXT SET OF COURSES WILL BEGIN IN SPRING 2018
Painting with acrylics 4 weekly sessions
Knitting for beginners and improvers – learn how to knit and purl & open up a world of knitting creativity!
Contact: Helen at email@example.com for more information on how to book.
During Spring this year, I’m helping TRAIDCRAFT through fund-raising, support #HiddenEntrepreneurs living in poverty.
If you would like to help too, I have a box for small change in the shop. Every penny we collect will be fund matched by UK Aid, and every penny counts!
For example, for just a few pounds we could help to pay for a hidden entrepreneur to attend a business training session, or invest in basic tools for their business, or even reach new markets with their wares to diversify their income.
For more information look at the TRAIDCRAFT website, or call into @Eye2eye FairTrade Shop
Happy New Year everyone! Hope you have a good one!
I will be opening for a few hours:
11am until 3pm from
Tuesday 9th January until Friday 12th
while I get the shop ready for the year ahead, you are very welcome to drop in!
Back to usual opening hours from Monday 15th
veg boxes will start again on Friday 19th January. Get yourself some lovely fresh veg ordered tbrough Eye2eye FairTrade Shop for a healthy start to the year!
Looking for something unusual, thoughtful and useful this year?
eye2eye FairTrade Shop has so much to offer, in a friendly environment. We are also happy to gift wrap your purchases, if required.
Seasonal gifts, foods, hampers, cards and unusual gift wrapping papers and boxes. We even have beautifully decorated Fairtrade gift envelopes for a cheque or cash, perfect for sending through the post.
Late night Christmas shopping Thursday’s during December from 10am until 8pm, hassle-free parking in the courtyard and a warm welcome guaranteed!
Drop by soon, help is on hand if you are stuck for ideas!
Here is just a little peek at what’s in store. . . .
Late night Christmas Shopping at eye2eye will start in December on Thursday December 7th until 8pm.
Each Thursday until Christmas we will be open late to offer you the opportunity to buy beautiful, unique gifts from our amazing range of Fairtrade and locally hand crafted gifts and homewares.
Normal opening hours for the rest of the week.
Please see our opening hours and events pages for more information on what we have on offer through the year.
Have a great season ahead!
We have a real treat for you next month, The Occasional Orchestra Will be playing at Wollaston Courtyard on September 16th from 5pm. Don’t miss this great band, who have added us into their busy schedule, to entertain us with great, original music. This indie, folk/rock band have a growing audience around the country. With two great albums under their belt, they will soon be looking to recording their third and we’ll be privileged to be hearing some of those new songs on the 16th.
Tickets are a steal at £3.50
Book in advance from eye2eye FairTrade Shop
Don’t miss it!
How about Growing your own oyster mushrooms at home?
These packs from Grocycle use ground coffee as a compost! They’re really easy to set-up and take just a couple of weeks to grow fab, enormous oyster mushrooms. Kids (Young and old!) will love watching them grow (see below).
Each pack can make at least two crops.
Ask at Eye2eye FairTrade Shop about how to pre-order.
A combination of Fairtrade fashions: Patchouli Fair, Namaste, Where Does it Come From?, York Scarves, What Daisy Did; high street brand Made in Italy, designer-maker silks from FeatherG and pre-loved clothing will be showcased at our annual event.
Tickets are £2.50 in advance to secure a seat and £3 on the door.
I’ve received another batch of Cobblers Nibble and Northamptonshire Blue Cheeses from Gary at Hamm Tun Fine Foods, so the chiller is stocked up again, for the time being!
Here is a little information about how Gary started and why he chose the name Hamm Tun for his business: