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'Bags-for-Life' at Spar

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Just a reminder that as part of our commitment to reduce the use of 3000 plastic bags weekly, we begin charging 5p for single-use carrier bags from 7 June.

There will be lots of multiple use bags available in store to coincide with our launch of this initiative.

In line with Defra's guidelines on the deduction of reasonable costs, we will be donating all proceeds from future sales of plastic bags to good causes; particularly environmental causes.

A huge 'Thank You' to everyone who nominated which local environmental organisations we should support.

We are delighted to announce that your overwhelming first choice response was for TWiG (Tattenhall Wildlife Group) and that they will be the environmental group that Spar Tattenhall will support in the first instance.

We will keep you posted on just how much our voluntary commitment to this scheme develops.
Thom Morton

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