No matter how much we try to buy only what we need, or cook only what we’ll eat, portion control and sell by dates get us every time!
For this reason Barna Recycling is developing a series of Recipe ideas that can be created from the usual left over suspects in your fridge and surplus dinners. Check out our blog for inspirational ideas and get reusing today.
Well done to everyone that entered our Spooky Recyclables Halloween competition.
We were blown away by the amount of entries we received, and the amount of effort and creativity that went into all the costumes was outstanding!
Congratulations to everyone that entered and thank you for taking the time to enter our ‘Spooky Recyclables competition.’
Our Spooky Recyclables Halloween competition is now closed!
We were blown away with the amount of entries, we have received a huge number of entries!!
The winners will be announced over the next few days.
Check out our second gallery of images below.
WOW….We have been blown away with the number of entries we have received for the ‘Spooky Recyclables Halloween Competition’.
Well done to everyone who took part. There has been some really great ideas with a real focus on the theme of ‘Recycling’.
Don’t forget you have until November 4th to get your entries in. Email your pics to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win.
The pupils and teachers at Cornafulla NS, Athlone, Co Roscommon are working very hard at recycling and reducing waste.
Check out these Spooky Halloween DIY homemade costumes sent in from Cornafulla NS, Athlone, Co Roscommon.
This October the children in Infants and 1st class made spooky masks and the children in 2nd-6th class made Halloween decorations, made out of recyclable materials. The school also sent us an amazing video of the masks that the Junior Infants made and the Halloween decorations that Mrs Quigley’s 3rd Class made.