Imagine never buying cling wrap again.
A beeswax wrap workshop should aid in reducing single-use disposable plastics from your household, as well as keeping food fresh for longer.
The Beeswax Wrap Workshop will be hosted by MidCoast Council and held at Stroud library on Monday, September 16 from 9.30-11.30am.
"With a renewed social movement that has people becoming more environmentally aware than we've ever seen, we're delighted to be bringing another beeswax wrap workshop to the Mid Coast," MidCoast Council Libraries manager, Chris Jones said.
"There's no better time than now to start making changes and these workshops are a fun, friendly way to learn a simple way you can make a difference to the environment."
Come along to this workshop and learn how to make, use and care for beeswax wraps, with everything supplied, Mr Jones said.
Presented in partnership with Midcoast Waste Services, this is a free workshop but bookings are essential.
Visit the MidCoast Libraries events page to secure your place
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