Waste education at Brighton Show

by Brighton Council
Gwen with some local wildlife!

Did you spot Brighton Council’s waste information stall at the Brighton Show in early Novem­ber? It was hard to miss! The Council was well represented with costumes, a colourful display showing what goes into which bin, a large food scrap bin for the worms and a giant spinning wheel.

Brittany and Gwen were friendly faces at the Brighton Council stall

The stall was focused on waste and commu­nity education. Over the course of the show weekend, the stall was visited by around 400 peo­ple. Kids and adults came by to learn from Gwen, Brittany and the team about the importance of recycling and FOGO, walking away with useful tips on how to keep our community looking its best.

 

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