Objective 4: To achieve Plastic Free status we must arrange, and make open to all the community to attend, at least two community events in one calendar year.
Objective 5: Local group of stakeholders to meet at least once per year to discuss the progress of Plastic Free Coastlines locally, agreeing and setting direction, meeting objectives and completing application for official Plastic Free Coastlines status. For populations over 100,000 a flagship business employee must be a member of the group
- Monthly Zero Waste Worcestershire (/Plastic Free Worcester) meeting
When: 19:15 – 20:45, Monday 19 November 2018:
Where: The Hive, Worcester
What: Monthly meeting to discuss the Plastic Free Worcester Campaign and any other initiatives.
Monday 28 October 2018, School Workshop. PFW runs its first plastic free workshop at Martley C o E Primary School.
Saturday 20 October 2018, The Big Autumn River Clean. PFW organises a mass litter pick on two sides of the River Severn.
Saturday 12 August 2018, PFW art at the Worcester Show. A PFW logo is made out of bottle tops to raise awareness of the campaign and encourage discussion. All tops are later recycled through Lush.
Friday 11 August 2018, Worcester’s three main political parties agree to phase out single-use plastic use by the city council following PFW and Green Party collaboration.
Saturday 15 June 2018, Aboard the The Canal & River Trust’s boat ‘The Wanderer’. PFW Public Canal Boat Litter Pick,
Saturday 15 June 2018, Representing at Worcester’s ‘Green Week’. PFW encourage transition away from single-use plastic through a demonstration table and informal chatter,