Make a worm hotel at eco fun day in city
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Learn what happens to Cambridgeshire’s waste at a free eco fun day at Ely Cathedral Conference Centre.
There will be a activities, arts and crafts and competitions - including a treasure bug hunt and make your own worm hotel. Local groups will be on hand to offer advice and help repair items free of charge.
Amey’s Chris Smiles said: “This is the first in a series of fun days across the different districts of Cambridgeshire during 2017 and we’re aiming to raise awareness of how to reduce the waste we produce through games and activities.
“It’s great to be working with community-based organisations to deliver this free event, which will help us all learn more about supporting the local environment.”
The Eco Funday will include:
• Be a Superworm Champion - make your very own worm hotel
• Treasure bug hunt and games
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• Composting advice from our Master Composters
• Opportunities to win lots of eco goodies
• Repair café - bring along your broken electronics, bikes, household items and our experienced repairers will do their best to fix them free of charge
• Representatives from the National Trust’s Wicken Fen team, CCORRN (reclaimed paint project), Ely Nappy Library and Littleport Timebank
The fun day takes place on February 13 from 10am-2pm.Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 815490.