Plastic Free July has arrived and to celebrate we’re inviting everyone to join us in the challenge.
Cutting plastic out of your life doesn’t have to be hard. It can be as simple as bringing your own cup to get your coffee. Or even just taking a moment to sit down and drink it in the cafe’s mugs. Belconnen Community Service is encouraging everyone to join our photo competition, which will run throughout July. All you have to do is take a photo of yourself with a reusable coffee cup, or other reusable items and post it to your social media (Instagram, Facebook etc.) with the hashtag #onelesscupinbelco for a chance to win.
Each day, a free reusable coffee cup will be given away to the best photo posted. At the end of the month, the names of all people who post a photo will go into a draw to win a Plastic Free Starter Kit, from our friends at The Source Bulks Foods – Dickson.
Don’t forget to make your posts public so we can see them.
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