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Timeline PhotosIt’s waste less save more month at SSDC and as part of our pledge to become carbon neutral by 2030 this week we’re addressing the waste crisis on our planet today. None of us are perfect but many of us can identify that we are all wasting far too much.
A good film to watch to understand many of the problems with buying stuff is the Story of Stuff Aim to get the most out of everyday items and reduce your carbon footprint. Avoid using things that can’t be recycled easily. Investing in reusable items like a water bottle, lunch box, coffee cup, cutlery and produce bags for fruit and veg helps minimise and reduce single use plastic use. Steer clear of overly packaged items and use your own bags. For more tips check out and the Somerset Waste Partnership information page Repair things that break and recycle as much as you can – from food waste and packaging and old clothes and shoes to batteries.
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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.

We’re sharing this important local resource - the Mindline #Somerset emotional support helpline is now open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Set up by Mind in Somerset, Mindline is a service you can call (local call rate) to talk to someone about your anxieties and worries. Support is available, around the clock, every day by calling 01823 276 892.

#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #KindnessMatters #COVID19 #coronavirus #lockdownuk #socialdistancing #selfisolation #mentalhealth
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