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5 litre bottles needed for tree watering

Started this discussion. Last reply by Catherine Pulman May 10. 1 Reply

The tree watering groups for Millfields Park are running out of the 5 litre bottles used to transport the water to the trees in the watering cart - they get heavy use and don't survive very long.…Continue

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Catherine Pulman replied to Clare Taylor's discussion '5 litre bottles needed for tree watering'
"Hi Clare, it might be worth posting on Nextdoor, Freecycle or IloveFreegle about this. I've been getting rid of loads of stuff on there recently and people regularly request specific things from other users. Worth a shot!"
May 10
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5 litre bottles needed for tree watering

The tree watering groups for Millfields Park are running out of the 5 litre bottles used to transport the water to the trees in the watering cart - they get heavy use and don't survive very long.Does anyone have any they have no use for? If so, please contact the user group at …See More
May 5
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Taking long-term action on litter – make your voice heard

The government is running a consultation on extended producer responsibility for packaging. It includes responsibility for litter, and anyone may respond, including private individuals.The principle of extended producer responsibility (EPR) is that the producer should pay the full costs of the waste they produce, and the purpose of the consultation is to find the best way of doing this. The previous system hasn’t been working well, and the new system will replace it.The ‘producer’ is generally…See More
Apr 29
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The Time is Now

Next Tuesday, 30 June, The Time is Now mass lobby is asking for a green and fair recovery from the pandemic. It is asking for a recovery that puts people, climate and nature at its heart.Last year we were all outside Parliament, waiting for our MPs to come down. This year we are asking for video conference meetings, we are writing, we are using social media.The more voices they hear, the more importance they'll give to it.See…See More
Jun 23, 2020
Clare Taylor posted a blog post

My personal lockdown discoveries and hopes

I learned many things during the lockdown. I was shielding, but fortunate enough to already belong to an organic veg box scheme. Amazingly, they managed to keep up deliveries, although the content became quite random – so I discovered many new recipes, learning to cook things I don’t really like and so don’t usually buy, using spices to adjust the taste so I could use everything I was sent. A survey by WRAP found that, since lockdown, people generally have been valuing food more, making meals…See More
Jun 3, 2020
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Scrubs for health workers

There is a shortage of scrubs and other items in Hackney.The local group for helping with this is at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1664878276997558/For those who can sew, if you join (it's a private group, so you need to apply) there is a team liaising with the various hospitals and GP practices and allocating work to be done plus the fabric with which to do it. Don't worry if you're not experienced - they are pre-cutting scrub…See More
Apr 15, 2020

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Taking long-term action on litter – make your voice heard

Posted on April 29, 2021 at 13:38 0 Comments

The government is running a consultation on extended producer responsibility for packaging. It includes responsibility for litter, and anyone may respond, including private individuals.

The principle of extended producer responsibility (EPR) is that the producer should pay the full costs of the waste they produce, and the purpose of the consultation is to find the best way of doing this. The previous system hasn’t been working well, and the new system will replace…

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The Time is Now

Posted on June 23, 2020 at 14:56 0 Comments

Next Tuesday, 30 June, The Time is Now mass lobby is asking for a green and fair recovery from the pandemic. It is asking for a recovery that puts people, climate and nature at its heart.

Last year we were all outside Parliament, waiting for our MPs to come down. This year we are asking for video conference meetings, we are writing, we are using social media.

The more voices they hear, the more importance they'll give to it.

See…

Continue

My personal lockdown discoveries and hopes

Posted on June 3, 2020 at 13:00 0 Comments

I learned many things during the lockdown. I was shielding, but fortunate enough to already belong to an organic veg box scheme. Amazingly, they managed to keep up deliveries, although the content became quite random – so I discovered many new recipes, learning to cook things I don’t really like and so don’t usually buy, using spices to adjust the taste so I could use everything I was sent. A survey by WRAP found that, since lockdown, people generally have been valuing food more, making…

Continue

Scrubs for health workers

Posted on April 15, 2020 at 12:35 0 Comments

There is a shortage of scrubs and other items in Hackney.

The local group for helping with this is at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1664878276997558/

For those who can sew, if you join (it's a private group, so you need to apply) there is a team liaising with the various hospitals and GP practices and allocating work to be done plus the fabric with which to do it. Don't worry if you're not…

Continue

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