By Rachel Walton
Trainee journalist Rachel Walton is trying hard to reduce her family’s use of plastic and shares here some of the things she has discovered in Uckfield that will help with the challenge.
Back in April 2018, Cllr Paul Sparks of Uckfield Town Council kicked off an initiative to radically reduce the council’s use of plastic.
I caught up with Cllr Sparks to find out how his project was going and have also looked at what Uckfield’s businesses and organisations are doing to cut down on plastic use and pollution across the town.
Cllr Sparks said he realised how much plastic was being thrown away when he went to a concert in the Weald Hall in the Civic Centre.
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