This is Kirsty’s final week of her Rubbish Diet challenge. And in this episode she and ‘KC’ ham it up during a trip around town. They pay very close attention to the recycling bins in the heart of Bury St Edmunds and highlight other examples of how town facilities like the Abbeygate Cinema Café help customers reduce their waste-line. We can’t promise the same results for the waistline though, not with that scrumptious looking cake.
And of course the big question on our lips this week is “how slim is Kirsty’s bin?”.
All is revealed in her final video diary.
This is the last in the series of Kirsty’s Rubbish Diet Challenge and we’d like to thank all who gave their support in making these community films possible, including Kirsty Hudson, Linzi Stivey, Cllr Mark-Ereira Guyer and Sustainable Bury, Thank you also to the Bury Free Press and Green Suffolk for sharing widely.
Kirsty has made a huge difference to the amount of rubbish that she throws away. If you’ve been inspired, you can sign up online and take the challenge too. And if you’ve missed Kirsty’s other videos, you can find them here.
- Becoming a recycling pro
- Kirsty’s food rescue mission
- Kirsty attempts to slim while she shops
- Kirsty’s decluttered her drawers
Finally, if your town centre makes it easy for you to reduce waste while you’re out and about, we’d love to hear from you, whether it’s great recycling bins or particular shops and restaurants that are leading the way.