Cheshire East Council is hoping to recruit a team of waste volunteers to help create a cleaner and greener environment.
The Waste Reduction Volunteer Project is holding a training session on Saturday, March 22 at Tatton Park and everyone is welcome to attend.
The training is free, lunch will be provided and there will also be a tour of Tatton gardens with the estate’s very own gardener.
Cheshire East Council has an ever-growing team of Waste Reduction Volunteers (WRVs), who educate the public about how they can reduce their food waste and create compost for the garden.
The type of events the team get involved in range from family fun days, festivals and community fairs, to delivering workshops in schools and youth groups.
No previous experience is necessary, full training is provided and travel expenses will be reimbursed.
The WRV scheme is a project run by Cheshire West and Chester and Cheshire East Councils and Keep Britain Tidy.
For more information please contact Holly Jaskolka at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01270 686094/ 07739598396.
Or sign up by visiting: www.cheshireast.gov.uk/recycling. Register your interest by Friday, March 7.