Meet locals who are reducing waste in very crafty ways. Georgie Faircloth and how her art on a crowd funded drinking fountain attracts people to refill rather than buy water. Leather worker Louise sells recycled leather wallets and more at the Esplanade Craft Market. While teams of people are making Boomerang Bags to help you say no to plastic bags while shopping. Don’t forget the pre-loved clothing at the new Greeves St. op shop in Belford Street, because changing your wardrobe could help change a life.
You can also meet Peter Smith, the new Port Phillip CEO. His last gig was CEO at Adelaide City, so he’s got lots of experience and ideas.
There’s more than 30 local events to tempt you out this winter, including the wonders at MAP57 of the St Kilda triangle and much more.
Plus a lift out about the Council Plan.
In letterboxes from 17 July.
Listen to a one-minute posdacst interview with Georgie who painted the O-fountain