SWAP RAIL IS NOW WELL UNDER WAY
The rail in the coffee area is now well stocked and ready for folk to find their new clothes.
- Although it’s called a “swap” you don’t actually need to exchange garments
- If you see something you like, just take it.
- If you have something to give, just give it.
- If you think something would be nice for a friend, just help yourself, and if it doesn’t fit or suit, just return it
Happy clothes hunting!
During Lent we are encouraging everyone to take part in an Eco-Challenge. There will be challenges that we can all do together to reduce our carbon footprint. We’re ready to start the first challenge!
This is all part of our commitment as an Eco-Congregation in identifying small ways we can help tackle climate change and look after the environment, both as a church and individually.
THE FIRST CHALLENGE – WARDROBE SPRING CLEAN
Have a spring clean of your wardrobe, pick out anything that you haven’t worn for ages, doesn’t fit or you don’t like (but is still good and wearable) and take it to church to start our new swap shop.
Eco-Fact: Reusing 1kg of clothing, instead of buying new, can save around 35kg of CO2, the same as flying to Amsterdam and back!
If you want to find out more, speak to our Eco-Ambassador, Catriona Jeorrett.