Apologies: Cllr Maple, Liz Duckworth, Annmarie Behn, Natalie Poulton Welcome and Introduction Introduction of Peter Garrett, recently appointed the Greenspace Access and Programme Manager. Peter has a huge wealth of experience and expertise in the management of greenspaces, volunteer groups, rights of way and countryside management. He takes on the key role in the future … Continue reading Minutes from the MUGS Forum meeting of Thursday Feb 4th 7.00pm
Plastic Free Tips for a Plastic Free Christmas
Some great tips for enjoying a more sustainable Christmas festival from the Plastic Free Medway team. Click here to view their latest newsletter.
Asda launch their first Sustainability Store
UK supermarket chain Asda has officially opened a pilot store in Middleton, near Leeds, as part of its efforts to tackle plastic pollution. The pilot store has been developed by the company in partnership with more than 20 UK’s household brands Asda hopes the store will encourage shoppers to 'reduce, reuse and recycle' and save an estimated one … Continue reading Asda launch their first Sustainability Store
Towards Plastic Free Medway’s Great 50/50 has been launched!
Thelma Viv and Liz made a great start to the 50 visits in 50 weeks, at Fenn Bell Zoo St Mary Hoo on Saturday evening, August 22nd, where a charity event was held on behalf of bees, lemurs, vultures and much more. (photo shows Volunteers from Kent Owl Academy with their owls at the Fenn … Continue reading Towards Plastic Free Medway’s Great 50/50 has been launched!
Towards Plastic Free Medway – The Great 50/50
Towards Plastic Free Medway (TPFM) came together one year ago and have been working away since then and behind the scenes during lockdown, calling upon all to use less plastic. “We aim to achieve the prestigious award of Plastic Free Community for all of Medway, as awarded by our national group, Surfers Against Sewage. On … Continue reading Towards Plastic Free Medway – The Great 50/50