A Plastic Ocean: Film showing and group discussion

July 11, 2020 8:04 am

Date:            Sunday, 2 August 2020
Time:           19:00-22:00
Location:    Salina Nature Reserve

Did you know that every item of plastic that has ever been created is still with us on the planet today? In the mid-50’s we were told that plastic was suitable for single use and could simply be thrown away. We now know that to be untrue yet we continue to treat it as such. Join us at Salina Nature Reserve to learn more about plastic pollution and how you can help prevent more plastic reaching our environment.

Join us for a free glass of wine or juice to watch A Plastic Ocean. This is a documentary all about the environmental impacts of plastic on our oceans. Afterwards you are welcome to join us for a discussion based on the film you’ve just watched to learn more about how you can help the environment. You can watch the trailer for this documentary here.

The documentary has a recommended age viewing of 13+ years. Participation is free although donations are welcome. Although this is a free event, spaces are limited to 50 people so you need to book to attend. To reserve your place please book here.

Please book only if you are coming as spaces are limited. Booking will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have any difficulties please call us on +356 2134 7645 (Ext 503) or email us at [email protected].

*Disclaimer: In view of the removal of the COVID-19 restrictions from Wednesday 15th July 2020 and unless restrictions are reintroduced, we are holding this event. Every precaution recommended by the authorities will be followed and the premises will be cleaned before and after the event. If you have any concerns please contact us at [email protected].

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