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Wednesday 18 November
7-9.30pm at the Trinity Arms, 45 Trinity Gardens, London SW9 8DR
This meeting will be a chance to focus on the bigger picture â€“ how Remade in Brixton could be part of an integrated resource network across London (and perhaps beyond). We will be joined by Richard Featherstone from London Community Resource Network, which provides support to local third-sector reuse and recycling organisations throughout London. Richard co-ordinates the London Reuse Network project, which aims to build the capacity of the reuse sector so that it can play a more significant role in making London a zero waste city. He is currently putting together a funding bid to London Waste and Recycling Board to help do this, and is seeking input from partner organisations like us.
Richard will give us a presentation on LCRN’s Reuse Framework for London proposal and have a chat with us about how our projects might fit into the framework.
Hope to see you there!