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Second sustainability event planned after success of the first

PUBLISHED: 14:34 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:34 17 October 2018

Sheringham's Friends Meeting House, where the sustainability Saturday events take place. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

Sheringham's Friends Meeting House, where the sustainability Saturday events take place. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

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Living sustainably will the focus of an event planned for Sheringham, after the success of the first such meeting earlier in October.

Susan Hanson, from the Sheringham Quakers, said they were planning another Sustain Saturday meeting for November 10 from 10am to midday at the Friends Meeting House, where the focus would be on up-cycling and recycling.

She said: “There will be a short talk at 11am with accompanying demonstrations followed by discussion and sustainable soup.”

At the previous Sustainable Saturday, Becky Wreford brought ethical products from her online company Nellybell and Kate Haselton-Glee, a North Norfolk District Council contracts officer, gave a talk explaining how plastic recycling had changed in recent years.

Anyone interested in finding our more can call Ms Hanson on 07497 190599. Donations from the meetings will go to the charity Wateraid.


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