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Bury St Edmunds fair will teach the art of sustainable living




Simon Lamb with a pole lather wood turner at last year's fair
Simon Lamb with a pole lather wood turner at last year's fair

Repair, reuse and upcycle is the message of a Sustainable Living Green Fair being held in Bury St Edmunds tomorrow.

Anyone visiting the The Apex from 10am-4pm will have the chance to get some TLC for their broken electrical items, safety checks for their bikes and help and advice on upcycling old textiles or making children’s crafts with natural and recycled materials.

Beatrice and Emily Moore at last year's fair
Beatrice and Emily Moore at last year's fair

At 11am organic gardening expert Bob Flowerdew will be speaking about recycling and reuse in the garden while at 1pm Bury waste champion Karen Cannard will be talking about reducing waste.

There will also be a bring and buy stall, in aid of Syrian children, for anyone who has unwanted items to donate.



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