Bees wax wraps workshops

Participant Prue Tucker at the recent Bees Wax Wraps Workshop held in Tuncurry.

Participant Prue Tucker at the recent Bees Wax Wraps Workshop held in Tuncurry.

Workshops have been organised by Midwaste and MidCoast Council to help avoid single use plastic such as cling wrap, and will take place at Cundletown Community Garden on Saturday, October 28, and at the Tea Gardens Hotel on Saturday, November 11. 

The workshops will teach participants about making bees wax wraps and keeping food fresh and plastic-free.

The workshops are designed to be hands-on, giving participants the change to make three reusable bees wax wraps that they can take home to get started.

The first workshop for the Mid Coast region was held in September in Tuncurry.

Debbie Richards and Jacqui Tolland participated in the workshop, and said they enjoyed learning new skills to help them tread lightly on the planet.

Sarah Jane Huntley also participated in the workshop.

"It was very enjoyable and informative, I'm looking forward to using the wraps and stopping buying cling wrap," she said.

Workshop attendance costs $20 and includes all materials you will need to make three wraps. Tickets can be purchased here www.midwaste.org.au.

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