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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Take part in ‘climate chat’ together with council and The Balanced Pantry

Come along and take part in the first ‘climate chat’, together with Causeway Council and Ballymoney’s ‘The Balanced Pantry’.

Speaking on behalf of council, Declan Donnelly the Environmental Resource Officer said:

“Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has teamed up with the Balanced Pantry in Ballymoney, the Borough’s first zero waste shop, for a ‘Climate Chat’ as part of the new ClimateSmart campaign.

“Come along to discover how much you are already doing to make a difference and discuss potential further actions.

“The event aims to start a community conversation about how we might work towards a more climate friendly lifestyle by discussing experiences and solutions in a welcoming environment.”

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The event takes place on February 12th at the Balanced Pantry on Church Street Ballymoney.

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Space is limited in store so if you are interested please ring 028 2766 0248or emailrecycle@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

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