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Suma Customer Linda Wardale, owner of Yellowbellys on Gordon Road off Bailgate, is now the proud owner of a Viva! Award certificate.
Some of the team attended the Halifax Courier’s annual Community Spirit Awards last night – an evening dedicated to selfless, caring and motivated individuals who aim and work to put something back into communities …
On 25th October we were delighted to host a visit by 19 sixth form Btec level 3 Business Studies students and teachers from nearby Brighouse High School.
Meet the Bruising Banditas- Halifax’s first Roller Derby team!
In the farmyard we have a farm shop, which sells almost entirely organic produce including eggs, milk, cheese, bread, vegetables, beers, ciders and wines, as well as firewood, gas, bbqs, charcoal and other essentials.
Suma are proud to supply the peoples supermarket, the most exciting concept to hit UK retailing since The Co-operative opened it’s doors in the 1800’s.
The Lorna Young Foundation, a national charity, has brought its Youth Enterprise Programme to Doncaster. The programme, called ‘Not Just Us’, is based on a simple model of offering groups of young people opportunities to create their own social enterprise, whilst developing their business skills. The social enterprises are also different as they engage in ethical trade with small producers in developing countries.
Dragon Indulgence are holding a mad hatters tea party at Gostins shopping mall in Liverpool on the 4th/5th March. Everyone’s invited!
“Beckfoot School recently celebrated four years as Bradford’s first Fairtrade school. Student members of the school’s Fairtrade group held a fairtrade New Year Party to celebrate.
This event is being held to demonstrate the wide variety of vegan food available, and where to find it locally in Cornwall. There will be opportunities to taste all the many vegan alternatives to every day foods such as milk, ice cream, cheese, meat etc as well as sample innovative cuisine from local cafe’s and restaurants.