Children catch the recycling bug at Ely Museum’s Eco-Creative craft morning

Ely Museum get Eco-Creative, with (left) Ruth Marley, Director at Re-Imaging, Witchford, with some o

Ely Museum get Eco-Creative, with (left) Ruth Marley, Director at Re-Imaging, Witchford, with some of the children taking part - Credit: Archant

Dozens of youngsters were taught the importance of recycling when staff from Re-Imagine Resource Centre held a special craft morning at Ely Museum.

Ruth Marley, who runs the Witchford-based centre, visited the museum this morning (Thursday) to lend a hand at its craft morning and helped the children use entirely reusable materials to create eco-bugs.

She also showed the children what materials can be recycled and why it is important to the environment.

The event was part of Ely Museum’s Summer at the Museum’ schedule. For more information, call 01353 666655.


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