A talk on a movement to enhance the local economy will be held by the Stroud District Action on Plastic group.
The talk will be held on Thursday, August 19th from 7pm and will take place at the Trinity Rooms.
The group hopes to introduce a proposal for transforming waste and surplus into resources by creating local hubs and an online platform.
Will Mansell, founder of the Stroud-based Grace Network will talk about the creation of a physical hub and online platform for sharing resources, repairing, recycling, distributing surplus food, composting and other schemes will engage local communities to turn waste into resources.
Alicia Carey, CEO of Stroud-based Hawkwood College will also lead the discussion.
Proceeds from ticket sales will go to Atelier Stroud and The Trinity Rooms to support their work in the community.
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