Green campaigners get excellent front page publicity in the Chichester Post this week!
Plastic returners gathered outside Marks & Spencer in East Street, Chichester, on Saturday, to encourage more visitors to the city to reduce waste.
Despite a very cold morning, the manager and staff of M&S gave campaigners a warm welcome and encouraged them in their efforts.
Their deposit bottle scheme petition picked up many signatures and the group was pleased to be able to engage a lot of chilly shoppers in discussion about how and where to recycle different sorts of waste products.
Campaigner Lucinda Gibson-House said: “We gave out lots of information leaflets and explained about the plastic water bottle refill scheme as well.
Read the full story here in the Chichester Post.