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What’s the deal with Fairtrade Towns?

The welcome signs to Ashbourne proclaim that it is a FairTrade town. It is something I’ve never even thought about before and subconsciously I’ve responded in my head with “Who isn’t” or “So what”. In fact, the Fair Trade designation … Continue reading

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Ashbourne’s cafes…and one to try

On Saturday mornings my typical routine is to go into town to buy fruit and vegetables, have a look around the market and visit the other shops. Part of the ritual is to get a coffee and maybe a bite … Continue reading

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Try Ashbourne First – 14: Sticky Fingers – A shop for all seasons

Sticky Fingers has a unique contribution to Ashbourne’s High Street. With a pretty frontage on Church Street it is actually three strong offerings in one, has something to offer for all ages and is a great refuge regardless of the … Continue reading

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