Fairtrade at Dunbar

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MORE than 70 people flocked to a celebration of music and food to mark Dunbar becoming a Fairtrade Town.

Everthing from Fairtrade wine, juice, tea, coffee and cake to Scottish cheeses, oatcakes and scones was enjoyed at the Town House.

The community turned out in force to support the event including representatives from Dunbar Primary and Grammar Schools, faith groups, the Co-op, Sustaining Dunbar, East Lothian Council, Dunbar Community Council, individuals, community groups and traders.

Dunbar Sings, a community choir, along with guest singer Jules Gibb enthralled the audience with a performance.