... and a Green swap!
As always, it's hardly overwhelmed with visitors, but it seems to have enough to make the event viable each year... The mum of one of my pupils is hidden behind those posters, making crèpes!
This is certainly a stall to admire...
And not only were these Palestinian products very impressive, but I adored the van and its logo!
As I was shopping for swapping, as it were, I can't reveal one of my finds, but I can tell you that I bought some symbols of justice:
Fair Trade bananas!
I have a bit of a thing about FT/organic bananas. I don't really like any other kind in the house. The poster above shows just some of the reasons why your average banana is not a Good Thing. We eat an awful lot of bananas in our house, so they are one of the few things on which I'm prepared to spend FT/organic prices. In an ideal world we'd only eat fruit we could grow in our own garden or our own country, I suppose, but I have a son who believes 'Bananas are the Only Fruit', so at least he gets ethical ones...