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Re:Design Exhibition

www.visitwinchester.co.uk/redesign-exhibition

25 Apr to 30 Apr
  • Winchester Tourist Information Centre
  • Winchester Tourist Information Centre

Tourist Information Centre

Guildhall, Winchester

SO23 7AB

Clothes and products made from waste for the Re:Design challenge

The Re:Design exhibition is an exciting showcase of all of items that were entered into the Great Waste Re:Design challenge – “making waste into something wonderful”. Also on display dresses made by local colleges and schools during our October launch
event and items from the popular Trash to Treasure exhibition.
The exhibition is open to all and free.
Re:Design Challenge is supported by Winchester City Council, Winchester School of Art, Winchester Action on Climate Change and Winchester Business Improvement District. The Great Waste is a joint venture with Winchester City Council and Winchester Action on Climate Change with a year of events and activities to help people reduce waste and increase  recycling. 

http://www.winacc.org.uk/news/20...

The exhibition will be open at the following time and locations:
26 – 29 April: Tourist Information Centre, Winchester Broadway, High St, Winchester SO23 9GH 10:00 – 5:00pm
30 April: Keats Room, Winchester Guildhall 11:30am – 5:30pm

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