Our next meeting will be held from 6.30pm to 9pm on Wednesday 4th April at Grow 40 at 40 Kensington Gardens, Brighton BN1 4AL.
We will be developing an action plan following the mapping session at Eagle Labs in February and the discussion that took place at the ONCA Gallery in March. This will include supporting Claire Potter’s Plastic Free Pledge campaign to eliminate single-use plastic in Brighton & Hove.
We will also be considering other roles that we could undertake to support the transition of Brighton & Hove to become a circular city. There is an increasing amount of activity with the circular economy in the local area, as seen by articles in the local media and workshops being run by the Chamber of Commerce.
This event costs £29.50 per person, payable on the evening, to include a delicious three course meal with two glasses of wine or two soft drinks
If you are unable to attend the dinner, there is an opportunity to meet other people who are interested in the circular economy between 5pm and 6.30pm on 4th April at the Three Jolly Butchers, 59 North Rd, Brighton BN1 1YD.
We look forward to seeing you.
Peter and David
Peter Desmond FRSA, B&H Circular Economy Club, and David Greenfield, B&H Eco-Dinner Club
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