Join us as we take a walk around Wrecsam and visit several churches and chapels who promote Fairtrade in the town. We ask that the members of those churches decorate the entrance to their church with Fairtrade banners, posters etc, and encourage as many as possible of their members to accompany us on the walk. We hope to start from Jerusalem Church (on the corner of Chester Rd and Penymaes Avenue ) at 10.00am and accumulate walkers from the other churches and chapels on the route. The walk will end at Capel y Groes , where the Rev. Robert Parry will lead us in a short service and where we’ll be able to enjoy Fairtrade nibbles.
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Giving confidence & self-esteem which are the necessary ingredients of good citizenship.
All have said to me, and still discuss how it was, quite unexpectedly, a rich experience of community life and how everybody is very easy to relate to.
Amidst so many other people who share positive democratic, justice-seeking agendas and values.
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In TCC we are concerned to respond to the many and varied issues people have, it is also a vehicle to help people be more effective citizens learning about themselves, each other and how to make a better world.