Owing to a power cut, Wimborne Win on Waste was held for some of the time outside the Library on a cold Saturday 5 January at Wimborne Library. Thanks to kind staff they were kept warm with drinks. The weather didn’t dampen the donation fever as 46 carrier bags of items were received from 95 households which will go to help 15 good causes.
Items were received from 80 households at Wimborne Win on Waste on 1 December at Wimborne Library. Altogether they are helping 15 good causes from 6 bags of aluminium foil to 1 foreign coin!
A total of 76 households, plus Kingston Lacey, staff at Poole Hospital and an office donated items for 16 good causes at Wimborne Win on Waste on Saturday 3 November at Wimborne Library. Thousands of ring pulls had come all the way from Rotherham too!
Well done to Wimborne Win on Waste for collecting 35 carrier bags of waste from 72 households on Saturday 6 October at Wimborne Library. 15 good causes will benefit from receiving the items.
Donations were received from 69 people at Wimborne Win on Waste on Saturday 4 August at Wimborne Library. The largest amount of items were 4 carrier bags of milk bottle tops which will help the Priest House Museum with their fundraising. In total 14 good causes will benefit from receiving the items.
Donations from 68 households were received at Wimborne Win on Waste at Wimborne Library on Saturday 7 July. A total of 15 good causes will receive the items which included 16 carrier bags of plastic – top of the list 7 bags of milk bottle tops.
Wimborne Library hosted another Wimborne Win on Waste on Saturday 5 May. Altogether 49 households donated 19 carrier bags of waste which will now be helping 15 good causes.
45 people donated items at Wimborne Win on Waste on Saturday 7 April at Wimborne Library. 17 carrier bags contained plastic items and altogether the donations will be helping 15 good causes.
The official launch of Wimborne Win on Waste welcomed 67 people who donated items from their waste. The items will go to help 13 not-for-profit organisations. A brilliant start for this new session held which will be held in Wimborne Library on the first Saturday of the month between 10.30am and 12 noon.
The first Wimborne Win on Waste held on 14 October at Wimborne Library during the Care for our Common Home Minster Eco Event was a huge success with 82 people either donating or making enquiries about the next one on 6 January. Seven good causes have been helped with the items which included milk bottle tops, biscuit wrappers, stamps, cleaning product items, ring pulls, printer ink cartridges, biros/pens and wrapping paper.