Following on from the news item regarding Jeremy Irons, there is a further piece on the link below.

Oscar winning actor Jeremy Irons has been working on a documentary called 'Trashed' which will make for very interesting and thought provoking viewing.

10th Anniversary June 17 – 23

Next week marks the 10th Anniversary since the advent of WRAP’s ‘The Big Recycle’ in 2003, a landmark welcomed by scrapstoresUK.

Increase in Staff Volunteering at John Lewis

Hub Yeovil takes over the running of Community Resource Service's art shop and scrapstore.

The Duchess of Cornwall visits  Wiltshire Scrapstore and Resource Centre in Lacock.

The Duchess met some of the 50 volunteers during the visit who keep the charity going by knitting and sewing items for sale in the charity's shop.

Sam Younger, the commission's chief executive, says some trustees are too relaxed about their legal duty to get their financial documents to the regulator.

The following funding organisations are taking applications now.

The Epic Awards 2013 are open to all amateur art and craft groups in the UK and Republic of Ireland and they are free to enter.

ScrapstoresUK attended the the Resource & Waste Management (RWM) in partnership with Charteredd Institution of wastes Mangement Exhibition in September 2012 at the NEC, Birmingham.

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