Following a national Social Media campaign Walkers Crisps have set up a national recycling scheme for empty crisp packets of all brands. West Sussex County Times broke the story locally. The process is simple:
- Open the crisp packet and eat the contents.
- Take the empty packets to one of the two Horsham Recycling Points, see below.
- Post the packets into the collection point.
- Feel good about doing something positive to help the environment.
The two locations are:
Other ways to help the environment in a crisp-related way:
- Don’t eat crisps
- Walk to the collection point (then you’ll be Walkers too)
- Collect lots of packets and take them in bulk
- Set up a collection point at your workplace
- Don’t post crisp packets in letter boxes
The title says it all. The camera is close to the ground to give a sense of depth.
…the council spends a fortune clearing up after people who just spit their chewing gum out onto the pavement.
Chewing Gum Removal
If you go down to the Forum today you’re in for a big surprise. There is a 2m cubed parcel as part of the anti-human trafficking campaign. It has a website listed on the side http://www.ungiftbox.org which is not loading at present so visit http://www.ungift.org/ to catch up on the story.
There is the old joke; where does a 600lb gorilla sleep; anywhere he wants. It seems the same applies to tipper trucks delivering to Prewett’s Mill in Worthing Road. For the record it’s not only illegal but also stupid. And two stupid drivers arrived at the same time; what’s the chances of that? The even sadder fact is that these drivers drive for a living. The registration of the front truck is EK11 EJG if you want to follow this up.
The road may look empty but this was taken at around 08:00 on a Friday morning and the lights had just gone green again. There’s probably a bus up the road holding the traffic back.
Coal fired team powered Traction Engine Gigantic WF 1864 “Boadicea” spotted in Horsham Saturday 28th October. Made by J&H McLaren, Engineers, Leeds. Built in 1919 and first registered in 1928.
In Horsham town centre, the Carfax, the final of the Sussex Food and Drink 2018 competition was held this Sunday, 21st October. Visitors to the town could sample the ten finalist’s new creations and vote with a bean in the right jar. There was a judging panel made up of local food celebrities to mark their vote too.