If you haven’t already become involved with Wimborne’s Spring Green Festival – which was launched last Saturday – it isn’t too late.
At 7.30 pm on Wednesday 21 April, Anna Frizzell, sustainability officer with the Poole-based RNLI, will share the RNLI’s good practice in an illustrated talk that will be inspiring and practical. It will offer tips to anyone interested in, or tasked with, greening their own workplace, whether that’s a business, charity, school, college or university.
For example, when your essential tools, such as life jackets, are no longer fit for purpose, how might you give them another lease of life?
To find out the answer, book at the Museum of East Dorset MED Box Office https://museumofeastdorset.co.uk/project/the-rnli-sustainable-story-with-anna-frizzel-zoom-talk/
Anna Frizzell’s talk The RNLI Sustainable Story is sponsored by the newly formed Planet Wimborne, an umbrella organisation aimed at bringing together ‘local environmental initiatives and, through a process of collaboration and networking, encourage more sustainable lifestyles across Wimborne and the local area’.
For further information, contact Paula van Breda, Planet Wimborne co-ordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other events in the Spring Green Festival include:
Wednesday 21 April – Wildlife-friendly gardening by Katie Wilkins, DWT at 2.30pm.
Thursday 22 April, – Children’s Crafts – Megan Dunford 4.30pm
Film: 2040 Join the Regeneration – Ecotainment 6pm
Friday 23 April Countryside Mysteries – John Wright 7.30pm
Saturday 24th April Green Gardeners’ Question Time 2.30pm
Children’s Crafts – Megan Dunford 4.30pm
How to be sustainable(ish) with kids in tow – Jen Gale 7.30pm
Booking is essential. Tickets available: From museumofeastdorset.co.uk/events
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