Display boards, re-usable bags, recycling points – actions of the Zero Waste Group

Reduce, re-use, recycle. We've all heard this time and time again but do we actually stop to think about the significance of the order of the words? To make any real impact we need to reduce our consumption, re-use whenever we can and recyle as a last resort. The less you waste the more money you save.

If you feel you would like to help the group in any way please email (preferred) or telephone/text 07507 782523.


Visit to find out how to re-cycle your empty printer cartidges and mobile phones in aid of the Against Malaria Foundation. They send you a freepost label to print out so you don’t have to pay postage.

  • Sign this petition calling on major supermarkets to ban small clear plastic bags used for fruit and vegetables.


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Food Waste

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