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Wales goes black and white for Earth hour


Lidl’s too good to waste boxes launch in Wales


Earth Hour 2016 - WMC - CREDIT Betina Skovbro


Each year, millions of people all over the world switch off their lights for 60 minutes and organise events in their communities. This year Earth Hour will take place on Saturday 30th March 8:30pm-9:30pm with homes, businesses and landmarks all over Wales due to take part. Swansea City AFC are switching off the lights of the iconic Liberty Stadium for the Earth Hour black out whilst also making a pledge to wash their white kit at 30°C. Last year over 400,000* people in Wales, including 136 schools, took part to send a clear message: we care about the future of our planet. In 2018 Wales’ iconic landmarks, including the Senedd and Cardiff Castle, joined global landmarks, from the Empire State building to Sydney Opera House, to switch off for the planet.


WWF Cymru Director Anne Meikle explains: “We are the fi rst generation to know we are destroying the world. And almost certainly the last that can do anything about it. It is not too late, but we can no longer simply switch off to the world’s destruction and watch nature disappear. Instead we need to switch off for Earth Hour and create a powerful collective voice to call for real action to protect our planet.” As part of this year’s Earth Hour campaign WWF Cymru is calling for people in Wales to pledge to make one small change in their everyday lives to help protect the planet. This can include using a reusable coff ee cup, turning the washing to 30°C or helping to restore nature in the community. These small actions could have a signifi cant, collective impact on the future of our planet.


Enjoy stunning scenery across a variety of routes around South Wales


The Tour de Gwent, organised by St David’s Hospice Care and sponsored by Whitehead Building Services, is the annual cycling event for everyone! With 6 carefully designed routes to choose from, each with their own unique features, the event offers something for cyclists of all abilities. From hard-core cyclists looking for an epic leg-burning challenge to families who’d prefer a pleasant ‘there-and-back’ along the River Usk, you won’t be disappointed.


Platinum Silver


Gold


Bronze Midi


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The event is great for spectators as well as those doing the pedalling. Starting in the picturesque Roman town of Caerleon and then heading out to pass some of the most idyllic scenery in South Wales, spectators are invited to enjoy a few hours exploring the local area or head out to a vantage point to cheer the riders along their chosen route. By taking part in the Tour de Gwent you are supporting the work of St David’s Hospice Care, which means you are making a positive difference to patients and their families all throughout Newport, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Torfaen and South & Mid Powys. The sponsorship you raise will provide comprehensive palliative care to people facing life limiting illnesses and provide care and support to their families at a very diffi cult time.


St David’s Hospice Care, with your help, aims to ensure that patients have the choice to receive care at home, surrounded by friends and family. Your support helps to provide:


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Lidl has announced that it is rolling out its ‘Too Good To Waste’ fruit and vegetable boxes* across all of its stores in Wales following a successful, industry-fi rst trial. The boxes, priced at just £1.50 for approximately 5kg, contain fruit and vegetables from the store shelves, which have become slightly damaged, discoloured or deteriorated, but are still perfectly food to eat.


They are put


together daily by the discounter’s dedicated in-store Freshness Specialists, and are available to customers from opening until midday, at which point, any leftover boxes are given to local good cause through Lidl’s surplus food redistribution programme, Feed it Back. Diff erent from ‘Wonky Veg’


boxes, sold by


other supermarkets, the initiative is designed


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to reduce fruit and veg waste


in store.


Instead of pricing down produce that is considered ‘wonky’, Lidl works closely with its suppliers to ensure a degree of fl exibility with specifi cations at diff erent times of the year, to include items within its standard product lines. Through the trial, which was launched in August and gradually extended to 122 stores, Lidl has: • Sold more than 50,000 Too Good To Waste boxes • Prevented 250 tonnes of food going to waste The national roll-out could save thousands of tonnes of usable product


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from going to waste each year. Christian Härtnagel, CEO Lidl GB, said: “The positive feedback that we have received off the back of our trial has been incredible; from our colleagues who are showing so much passion for them, to our customers who were getting in touch from the get go asking where they could get one. We’re therefore really excited to be rolling the boxes out to all of our stores nationwide, and we’re really pleased to see that it’s also starting to be adopted by other supermarkets.”


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Platinum Silver


Gold


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CAERLEON CRICKET CLUB


Bronze Midi


• Clinical nurse specialists in palliative care • Welfare rights advisors • Unicorn - bereavement support for children • Complementary therapy outreach clinics • Family support team • 15 room in-patient unit • Hospice at Home nurses • 4 day hospices Thanks to the different route options, this is a cycling event to suit all abilities and has become a highlight in our annual event calendar. Moving on from the success of previous years, it now attracts over 750 cyclists. To fi nd out more visit www.tourdegwent.org/#eventInfo


www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 29th March 2019 - 17


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