Woodbridge screening of Plastic Tide documentary attracts large turnout

A large audience turned out for the documentary screening. Picture: TRANSITION WOODBRIDGE

A large audience turned out for the documentary screening. Picture: TRANSITION WOODBRIDGE - Credit: Archant

The event was a screening of the Sky News documentary: A Plastic Tide and was hosted by Transition Woodbridge at the Salvation Army Hall in conjunction with the Greenprint Forum.

Nearly 100 people have attended a very special film screening in Woodbridge.

The film discusses the significance of the increase in single-use plastics and micro plastics present in everyday objects.

The film explains the potentially disastrous effects that some of these materials are having on our environment in a way that is often shocking. As well as screening the film, local companies spoke to attendees about the benefits of plastic–free products including the Rainbow Apothecary, the Woodbridge Emporium and Poppy’s Pantry.

The event organisers were extremely pleased with the turnout at the screening, and even ran out of seats for attendees to watch the documentary on.


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