Fairtrade Easter eggs were presented to three happy children for spotting the largest number of eggs in shop windows in the weeks running up to Easter. The prizes were donated and presented to Scarlett Debbage 6, Alex Lynch 8, and Andrew Washford-Murphy 13, by Robin Benford from Chesham’s Waitrose supermarket who said, “Buying Fairtrade chocolate guarantees a better deal for cocoa farmers, their families and their communities, in parts of West Africa, for example“. One such farmer Kojo Aduhene, visited London in March, during Fairtrade Fortnight and said, “Before we joined the Fairtrade cocoa co-operative Kuapa, we would be cheated. My children could not go to school, because they had to walk miles to fetch clean water each day. Now my life is changing for the better.” The Easter Egg hunt was organised by Jean Pritchard, from Chesham Chamber of Trade and by the Chesham Fairtrade Group.