THE WORK OF ART
Meet the exhibitors
Here you can see the ethical organisations who exhibited at our annual meeting this year.
The Biodynamic Agricultural Association was founded in 1929 to promote biodynamic farming and gardening.
Community Land Trusts
Community Land Trusts (CLTs) are local organisations set up and run by ordinary people to develop and manage homes as well as other assets important to that community, like community enterprises, food growing or workspaces.
Ethex is the positive savings and investment platform that makes it easy to make money do good. https://www.ethex.org.uk/
Fairtrade gifts, bags, fashion and homeware with all profits re-invested to create employment for women who have been trafficked into prostitution.
Love from the artist
LFTA is a UK registered CIC (Community Interest Company) working for the benefit of British arts and artists.
Practical Action is an international development charity. They use sustainable technology to challenge poverty, working with poor women and men around the world.
Thrive Renewables invest in projects that generate clean, green electricity and work with many leading companies in the sustainable energy sector.
Green and Away
Green & Away, established in 1990, is a unique event venue and campsite, offering groups, organisations and individuals a natural, eco-friendly and creative space in which to come together and relax.
Freedom from Torture
Freedom from Torture is a registered charity and operates as a centre of learning and knowledge in the care, treatment and protection of torture survivors.
Pop Up Projects CIC
Pop up create innovative festivals that celebrate reading, writing and illustration - in schools, public places, and digitally.
Our borrowing customers
Along with our partners and friends exhibiting in our ethical marketplace, some of our customers will also be there.