This post is the first in a series of local volunteering opportunities. This week the focus is on environmental volunteering opportunities in and around Didcot.
The council run recycling service in and around Didcot is excellent but some items are harder to recycle than others.
I’ve discovered recycling schemes for some of the items not accepted in our recycling bins. Read on for more information:
If you’ve got a wardrobe full of clothes you no longer wear why not swap them for something different? I recently visited a clothes swish at Cornerstone to find out more.
I hope you all managed to get away for a summer break, or at least a few days out in the sun. I cannot believe that I’m already seeing adverts for Christmas parties! In the meantime read on for things to do in and around Didcot in September 2019.
Have you heard of Sustainable Didcot’s repair cafe? The group helps to reduce waste by repairing items that might otherwise be thrown away.
I visited recently to find out what happens.
Didcot is often slated for its charity shops. But why? They offer unique items, help a charity, stop items going to landfill and, for some, are a lifeline.
Each charity shop in Didcot offers something slightly different; be it price, quality or quantity of items. I’ve popped into all of them recently and penned my thoughts about the shopping experience below.