Bunting For Justice
|Fairtrade foundation Setting up @Battersea Park |
World Fair Trade day 13th May 2011
Schools around the UK have participated in the Bunting for Justice a campaign organised by the Fair Trade foundation to raise awareness of West African Cotton Farmers ‘Being Hung Out to Dry’. The Campaign highlights the need for fairer trade rules in cotton. This creative schools project by the Fair Trade foundation aims to break the Guiness Book of Records for the submission of over 100,000 flags, Good luck!
For more information on The Fair Trade Foundation at Battersea Park http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/get_involved/the_great_cotton_stitchup/bunting_for_justice.aspx
Battersea Park Station
Exit Station to right along Battersea Park Road, walk 50m to traffic lights.
Right into Queenstown Road, walk 150m, Park is on the left.
Queenstown Road Station
Exit Station to right along Queenstown Road, walk 300m, Park is on the left.
Get a train to Battersea Park station, or catch a 44 bus.
Sloane Square, then
take a short taxi ride,
or walk 1km south, via Lower Sloane Street and Chelsea Bridge Road,
or take a 137 or 452 bus.
These buses pass by or near the Park: 19, 44, 49, 137, 156, 239, 319, 344, 345, 452