Dubble HQ Online and Product Manager, tweeter @dubblehq, commuter cyclist, mum, chocolate lover (favourite Divine flavour currently the new Caramel bar).

Sara Barron's posts

Divine and Dubble kicked off May 2009 at the City May Day event organised by Trading Visions and The Fairtrade London Campaign.
Here at the Divine offices, we are really excited to be having a read of Tom Palmer’s diary. The children's author has been on a trip of a lifetime to Ghana researching for his new book, Off Side.
The latest news from Dubble HQ (Dubble is Divine's sister brand).
Sara Barron (Dubble HQ Online and Product Manager here at Divine) is getting ready to complete the Revolution ride this weekend – here’s her first post.
Dubble‘s Sara Barron with her second post as she prepares to cycle 180 miles this weekend with Mitie Revolution and goes to Condor Bikes to pick up the bike they are lending her for the event….
Sara isn’t just cycling 180 miles with MITIE Revolution for fun – she’s also aiming to raise money for the next Kuapa Kokoo kids camp. Here’s a post about how you could help…
Here’s Sara’s last post before she cycles off into the distance!
She did it!!! Here’s Sara’s post after completing the whole MITIE Revolution 180 miles over the weekend…
Sara from Dubble has just got back from her first trip to Ghana. She went to help Kuapa with their 8th Kids Camp - here's her first post with all her news...
Ebeneezer introduces us to the farmers of Anidasonyame village - who joined Kuapa recently - and today they discover they own a chocolate company!
Ghana was a key staging post for the slave trade. Sara and Kika went to see one of the castles that are a grim reminder of Ghana's history
Kuapa Kokoo runs a series of Kids Camps giving young people from the farming community the chance to learn and think and have fun outside the usual confines of their schools
Ay Kuapa Kids Camps young people get the opportunity to debate issues that affect them all - and have their voices heard
Kika and Sara in the Dubble team are back in the saddle for fundraising. This time they’re taking on a unique challenge of riding 25 miles on a tandem for Sport Relief 2014!