Buckingham held a weekend of events to mark ten years as a Fairtrade town on September 16 and 17.
The weekend started with a coffee morning at the Old Gaol, while the town’s Fairtrade steering group had a mini fair at the market.
The games, stalls and refreshments served at the fair helped raise more than £200 on the first day.
On Sunday 17 there was a service at Well Street United Church led by Tim Edworthy.
It featured a speech by Adam Gardner from the Fairtrade Foundation, who spoke about a recent trip to Panama to visit a cooperative of banana growers.
The winner of a cake designing competition, Royal Latin School pupil Jessica Coleman, then cut the celebration cake, which was designed by Victoria Sponge at the end of the service.