LIVE SIMPLY Tip of the Week As there’s a bin strike – or it may now be over.  Instead of over-filling your bin here’s some tips: The Coop recycle soft plastics i.e. crisp packets, sweet wrappers etc. Compost kitchen peelings, cardboard & paper.  Think about food waste, how can you produce less? This will give you more room in your bin and less is going to land fill.


From National Justice & Peace Bulletin In Calais the authorities are at least giving homeless Ukrainians shelter in the Youth Hostel but others have to endure life in tents and the like. There should be no differentiation in our treatment of refugees – all must be treated equally.  There is a petition through the UK Government and Parliament  website that you can add your name to remove Clause 11 from the Nationality and Borders Bill.


BEE Friendly Planting Sow these seeds in your window boxes, garden, allotment or any open green space to attract, feed and save bees. Bee-friendly seeds produce high quality, pollen rich wild flowers such as Cornflower, Corncockle, Corn Chamomile, Corn Marigold, Corn Poppy.  It is an RHS Perfect for Pollinators Mix. Pesticide, insecticide free and 100% British Wild-Flowering Seeds


Justice & Peace for further updates & news please go to the parish website & social media We are looking for new members to discuss ways our parish become more involved in helping the poor & our environment.  If you want to be involved, please contact Rod at  We look forward to hearing from you

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