Reuse of Waste Pipes on a community project

Members of the Lee Tunnel Project team gave up part of their Saturday (06/06/15) to take part in Play, Sow and Grow’s Big Lunch Day.

Specifically team members worked with children to paint and plant up the waste ‘poly’ pipes the project had donated.

Play, Sow and Grow is a facility next door to the project’s Abbey Mills site and is run by Community Links, a Newham based charity.

The facility, which is open on evenings, weekends and during the school holidays, gives children the opportunity to sow and grow their own plants and vegetables, care for the facility’s flock of chickens and undertake various other outdoor and indoor activities.

Candy Buckler, Project Manager of Play, Sow and Grow commented:

“Visitors and users of Play Sow and Grow have given enthusiastic feedback about your workshop that strongly supports our promotion of practical recycling.”

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