Thursday, 7 June 2007

*Project Freesheet

is campaigning to raise awareness about the environmental impact of freesheet paper production.

They need volunteers to help with an event organised to coincide with London Sustainability Weeks. They need enthusiastic people to spend the day on the tube, wearing one of the Project Freesheet t-shirts, going around in groups of 10 or so collecting discarded freesheet papers which will be gathered together for a photo call at the end of the day. They will be taking a planned route (to be confirmed nearer the time) around the tube network and meeting up every few hours to show the bounty off.

Bags will be provided to collect the papers. They will also be getting you to ask people to text the freesheet publishers with our environmental message. And they will be asking volunteers to take as many photos as possible which can be uploaded to the main site as part of the campaign.

Where: Liverpool St tube station (Bishopsgate side, street level)

When: Wednesday, 13th June, 10am.

What to bring: Yourself, your camera and your friends (bags and T-shirts will be provided).

Call Justin on: (0)7778 878151 or email:

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