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Plastic Free East Dulwich x Veolia Event, Lordship Pub, Jan 23 (free!)

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We'll be holding our next event at the Lordship Pub on January 23, 7pm. It'll be a jam-packed talk so make sure to come join us!

The folks at Veolia will tell us about the great work they do in helping to drive the UK towards a circular economy with their waste, water & energy services.

We'll also be telling you about the work we do at Plastic Free East Dulwich and what we're doing to free our community of plastic.

It's the time of new year's resolutions, and if you've made it yours to cut down on plastic this year, make sure you join us at this event to hear our tips on how to achieve this.

The event will be free ? just get your free ticket on Eventbrite, and bring your friends and families! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-reduce-your-plastic-in-2020-tickets-88725687921?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing


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