Zero Waste is the Aim

Pembrokeshire FRAME is supporting the community thanks to National Lottery funding. FRAME in Merlin’s Bridge and Pembroke Dock is helping its community to adapt, recover and thrive.

It is recruiting a part-time Zero Waste Co-ordinator who will be responsible for developing and delivering The Refillery of Pembroke Dock – a new zero-waste store to be located in the FRAME reuse shop.

The Zero Waste Co-ordinator will also be responsible for other zero-waste projects including the opening of the Pembroke Dock Community Fridge and co-ordinating volunteers.

 

Image by Congerdesign from Pixabay

Pembrokeshire FRAME successfully applied for £10,000 from the National Lottery Community Fund. Paul Hughes, chief officer at Pembrokeshire FRAME, said: “We are delighted to receive National Lottery Funding for our zero-waste projects. Following the impacts of covid, this funding could not have come at a better time. Funding will assist us in supporting the vulnerable individuals we work with and the local community, while significantly helping us to meet our waste-reducing targets”

To find out more about applying for a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to support your community, visit www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/wales

Further Information:

Chris Harrison

01437 769 755

charrison@frameltd.co.uk

zerowaste@frame

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