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Chris Leslie plays a solo gig at the Old Fire Station in Oxford tomorrow night.
https://oldfirestation.org.uk/whats-on/the-listening-room-chris-leslie/

The Listening Room: Chris Leslie | Arts at the Old Fire Station

The Listening Room presents: The Listening Room: Chris Leslie Saturday 7 April @ 7.30pm Music Buy Tickets Tickets: £12/£10Company: The Listening Room Details Parking & Access Details Chris has been a multi instrumentalist and song writer with Fairport Convention for the last 21 years. He is bringi…

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Good to here 😀

In that case there needs to be drinking water available to fill the bottles !

Well done!!

Glad to hear this.

Rob Graham

What a brilliant initiative, so proud of you! Actions! I’m gonna review my camping gear etc and ditch the single use plastics too!

Very good, recycling bins on the campsites would be good too!

Just need calibrated four-pinters that the lovely bars will fill with a smile (they fill everything with a smile) any tips?

Great stuff. I’m all for recycling.

We always bring our container for the beer and our own glasses every year. 😎

Me and my other half always recycle everything and always askfor recycling rubbish bags for all our recycle stuff

Anybody remember Leon's edible plates?

Emma Shane Connolly

Good to hear.

Pleased to hear this. We travelled from Australia to attend Cropredy a few years ago and although we found the festival delightful we were a bit horrified at the amount of rubbish on the ground at the end of each day. The setting is so beautiful and yet it seemed to be quite acceptable for attendees to trash it. Fantastic to hear you are addressing this issue. We have been rather spoilt by Womad in Adelaide South Australia which aims for zero waste, everything recycled and the park left beautifully clean. You might like to look them up they do an awesome job. Thanks for doing your bit too caring for our planet, as far as I know it’s the only one we’ve got!

We take our cans and plastic bottles home to put in our recycling

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