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Planning ahead for dining in the great outdoors this June bank holiday weekend will help reduce waste, keep millions of single use cups, bottles and cutlery from ending up in our waste system or as litter, and reduce costs to local businesses - according to My Waste.
On both local and national platforms, the general public are coming to terms with the new reality of social distancing and getting to grips with how best to avoid contamination of ourselves and those around us.
Martin Divilly moves with the times — his butcher outlets in Westside and Terryland Shopping Centre have come up with an innovative way to cut down on plastic in his shops — Now they encourage their customers to bring their own containers and their staff are only happy to fill them.
This reuse month, householders and businesses are being encouraged to reuse more, as less than five percent of disposed items are reused.
Kennys Bookshop are delighted to give away this hamper of Summer Reads to one lucky winner! The hamper includes a mixture of new and second-hand books that are perfect for reading this Summer – whether on the beach, while travelling or simply for a nice read over the holiday season!
The perception of charity shops has changed over the past few decades.
A group of local residents recently attended an upcycling workshop in Athlone, as part of Westmeath County Council’s aim to raise awareness of waste prevention.
An Irish development charity has launched a novel Lenten appeal that can also help households with their spring cleaning.
A NEW music based workshop for those aged between 13 and 18, takes place on Fridays from 8pm to 9.30pm at the ARD Family Resource Centre in Doughiska, and admission is free and open to all.