Bewdley is hosting its first Greener Living Show on Saturday 12th March. The FREE event, organised by Wyre Forest District Council and Transition Bewdley, takes place at St George’s Hall and The Undercroft at Bewdley Museum.
Between 10.30am and 2.30pm, you can get advice and information to help you live a healthier and greener lifestyle, with stalls on renewable energy and energy efficiency, furniture upcycling and recycling, local produce and Fairtrade food and lots more.
Bite size talks on topics such as Electric Car Clubs, Renewable Energy Potential, Food Foraging and Eco-Renovation will also be on offer, along with free fun activities for children.
Councillor Sally Chambers, Wyre Forest District Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Wellbeing and Housing said: “We’re looking forward to running Bewdley’s first Greener Living Show.
“The event will showcase a wide range of organisations out there who can help families lead more environmentally conscious lifestyles and we hope visitors to the show will have a real insight into greener living. We look forward to seeing you!”
For more information about the Greener Living Show, please visit www.wyreforestdc.gov.uk/greenerlivingshow.
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