Recycling company set to re-launch with fun day
An innovative company set up to find ways of recycling unwanted items and household waste is set to relaunch this weekend.
Re-Imagine is based at the recycling centre, in Witchford, and specialises in transforming rubbish into works of art, toys or other useful items.
It is a non-profit community interest company and is run with the support of waste giant AmeyCespa and Cambridgeshire County Council, which provided space at the recycling centre, in Stirling Way.
Ruth Marley, from Re-Imagine, said: “We work closely with a number of local schools. Our creative classes are a big hit with the children and local crafters and artists are amazed by what we have in store.”
On Saturday, from 11am-1pm, to celebrate the official re-launch of the venture, a fun day is being held.
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Visitors will be able to shop for items while enjoying cupcakes and mango punch, face-painting, doodle table, photo booth, popcorn, candy floss and a lucky dip.
You can also sign up for clubs or workshops and take part in a raffle.
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Opening hours after the relaunch will be Monday, 1pm-5pm; Wednesday, 10am-2pm; Thursday, 10am-2pm; Friday, 12-2pm; and the first Saturday of every month 11am-1pm.