Go green with new forum
GROUPS in the Suffolk Coastal area are being invited to join in a green forum.The Suffolk Coastal District Council's Greenprint Forum brings together local organisations concerned about the environment.
GROUPS in the Suffolk Coastal area are being invited to join in a green forum.
The Suffolk Coastal District Council's Greenprint Forum brings together local organisations concerned about the environment.
Already involved are the RSPB, Friends of the Earth, a number of voluntary organisations and representatives of parish and town councils.
The forum meets quarterly and is next meeting on Monday where waste management and recycling will be put under the spotlight, with a presentation by Malcolm Duesbury , Suffolk Coastal's principal waste management officer.
For more information – or if any organisation is interested in becoming involved in the forum – please contact Alan Dunn on 01394 444286 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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