Fashioning fancy bunting from cast-off old clothes

Organiser Jenny Carr, centre, with volunteers Nicole Pohl, left, and Anna Pitt

Organiser Jenny Carr, centre, with volunteers Nicole Pohl, left, and Anna Pitt

First published in News

SHOPPERS learned about making use of old clothes at a city centre event to celebrate Low Carbon Week.

The “upcycling” stall in Bonn Square was making bunting for a forthcoming music festival from everything from tea towels to old trousers.

It is on display at the Green-themed Tandem Festival at the Hill End Centre, near Farmoor, until tomorrow.

Food produced in the county and bike workshops also featured at Wednesday’s Bonn Square event. Co-organiser Jenny Carr said: “It was really good. There is a lot of interest in making something out of nothing.”

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3:59pm Sat 21 Jun 14

Myron Blatz says...

More 'waste' of public money by Cllr Tanner's City Council people, making something out of nothing - which Labour seems unable to do with Ed Moribund!
More 'waste' of public money by Cllr Tanner's City Council people, making something out of nothing - which Labour seems unable to do with Ed Moribund! Myron Blatz
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5:41pm Sat 21 Jun 14

mytaxes says...

That's not fair, I am sure Mr. Tanner spends a lot of time making bunting out of his old clothes.
That's not fair, I am sure Mr. Tanner spends a lot of time making bunting out of his old clothes. mytaxes
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