FAIRTRADE Fortnight is going online.

A range of activities is on offer as part of the initiative, which begins on Monday (February 22).

Bradford Council is supporting the venture, which this year is focussing on climate change.

Free resources are available and there are workshops, cook-a-longs, competitions and the chance to hear from Fairtrade farmers.

Sonia’s Smile at Haworth is among the official sponsors.

Keighley councillor Adrian Farley, Bradford Council’s Fairtrade champion, said: “The work Fairtrade carries out is absolutely vital.

“Farmers and workers in developing countries often bear the brunt of the effects of climate change, despite having contributed the least to it.

“Fairtrade works to tackle the harsh injustices and inequality within the supply chain and empower agricultural workers, raising living standards and education. Fairtrade Fortnight gives people a chance to learn so much about the people on the other end of our supply chains.”

For more, visit fairtrade.org.uk/get-involved/current-campaigns/fairtrade-fortnight.