Make your own reusable wax food wraps using soy and beeswax An informal, hands-on workshop where you will learn how to make your own plastic-free reusable wax food wrap using sustainably-sourced materials including upcycled cotton, beeswax and vegan-friendly soy wax. All tools and materials will be provided; enough to make one large and one small wrap each. Light refreshments will be served. Booking required, £15: Space will be limited so booking is essential. Please see Wonderfill website for details.
The second monthly Green Market at Tommy’s will see local traders selling sustainably made and low waste products. From plastic free toiletries, recycled and organic cotton clothing to vegan treats. To take place in the courtyard at Tommy’s Pizzeria from 10am–1pm. We will have recycling collection points for the following items: – Torn tights and hosiery – to be sent to Swedish Stockings to recycle – Broken inflatables – to be sent to Wyatt & Jack to be made into bags and accessories – Small…Continue Reading “Norman Goes Green – Green Market at Tommy’s Pizzeria”
This will be an opportunity to learn the properties of common plants and how they can be made into remedies, lotions and used for first aid. If you are seeking alternatives to buying cosmetics in plastics, this is part of the answer. Ben Fairlight is a font of herbal knowledge, sensitive and good-hearted; generous with sharing his experiences and skill, patient in answering questions, passionate about the local countryside being our own natural apothecary and an advocate for plants needing to be respected and valued….Continue Reading “Herb Walk with Ben Fairlight Edwards”