Sustainable Living Fair – Opportunity for local businesses to showcase their sustainable wares

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Thursday, September 12th, 2013
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Newry and Mourne District Council are inviting local businesses to showcase their sustainable products and services at a major Sustainable Living Fair in the District. From October 21st to 25th Newry and Mourne Council and Southern Regional College will be hosting renewry; a series of events to showcase the opportunities and advantages for households and businesses to adopt sustainable living practices. John Farrell, Director of Environment, Health and Building Services is keen to see local businesses participate in the Council run event. “Sustainable Living is now part of every household’s day to day life. It may be driven by a desire to save money from reducing energy use, or just from a sense that living sustainably is good for your health and the planet. “A highlight of the week will be Renew: Sustainable Living Fair. This is a major event to be held in Newry Sports Centre on Thursday 24th October. The Fair will be open to the public, with exhibits; information, demonstrations, talks, and products and services that can help people understand how to live more sustainably. There will be a particular emphasis on energy efficiency, renewable energy, travel, and local food. The Fair will host up to 50 exhibitors from across Northern Ireland and a limited number of spaces are available to organisations and businesses from the Newry and Mourne District. So if you have a particular interest in participating please send an email to setting out how your product or service enables sustainable living. All expressions of interest must be received by 20th September 2013.
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