Fiona Watters, Environmental Resource Officer with Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is joining in the Summer Reading Challenge by hosting a ‘Talking Rubbish and how to become Plastic Smart’ Zoom event on 28 July at 11:00am.
Celebrating this year’s Summer Reading Challenge theme, Wild World Heroes which inspires children to explore ways of helping to save the planet, Fiona will be talking about rubbish and providing participants with hints and tips on how we can all do our bit for the environment and become more plastic savvy!
Register in advance for this event: https://bit.ly/PlasticSmartAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Call into your local library during opening hours to sign up to the Summer Reading Challenge and join the Wild World Heroes in Wilderville!
Visit https://bit.ly/LNISRC for more information and to find your nearest library.
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