No Waste Nomads coming to Matamata to share their love of living waste free

No-Waste Nomads Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince are coming to Matamata to share their vision of a plastic free world.
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No-Waste Nomads Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince are coming to Matamata to share their vision of a plastic free world.

What's life like when you try to live while creating no waste for two years?

Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince know and they are coming along to Transition Matamata's Mid-Winter Social to tell us about it.

The event is set for next Tuesday, August 8, 7pm at the Matamata Intermediate School staff room. Everyone is welcome (gold coin donation at the door appreciated).

In addition to relating their own experiences, Hannah and Liam will talk about their travels around the country visiting local communities doing their best to get to zero waste.

Along with the No-Waste Nomads presentation and discussion, there will be an update on Transition Matamata's projects and activities.

The group has been busy over the past year and they're keen to get your feedback and your ideas for other projects they might consider.

The Kiwi Bottle Drive will be in full swing and a progress report will be provided.

Some great draw prizes will be on offer, generously donated by Four Seasons Garden Centre, Kowhai Creamery and Matamata Cycles & Sports.

And there will be time for a cuppa and a slice from Workmans Cafe with some Kowhai Creamery ice cream. Don't miss this great annual event.

-Gord Stewart is a member of Transition Matamata.

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