Go Green Week is near

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Let's do a big RGU spring clean together and cut some of that waste out for the new season :)

This 3rd of march, we're organizing some hands-on workshops putting our sewing machines to use, our volunteers are doing some zero-waste canapes & fashion students are putting on an exhibition. 

We're also doing our first swap-shop of 2017! To participate in this free community event, drop off any clothes you're not wearing anymore to our office *Sir Ian Wood bldg, N241* before Tuesday the 28th of February.

For every item you send us, you get 1 token to claim another item at our zero waste cafe on the 3rd of march. We're organising a big fashion night with fancy canapes, an art and design exhibition & hands-on workshops!! 

Spread the word to your friends, as always this is open & free for anyone in Aberdeen, whether they're a student or not. BYOB also.

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