Recycling theme to Hethersett play

A short play will be the centrepiece of a presentation at Hethersett Village Hall on September 9 on the theme of recycling.Written by Wymondham amateur playwright, Tony Vale, Reduce, Re-use and Recycle features Kevin and Tracy, a young married couple who are obsessed with recycling, to the extent that all of their household items are made from materials that would otherwise end up in the recycling bin.

A short play will be the centrepiece of a presentation at Hethersett Village Hall on September 9 on the theme of recycling.

Written by Wymondham amateur playwright, Tony Vale, Reduce, Re-use and Recycle features Kevin and Tracy, a young married couple who are obsessed with recycling, to the extent that all of their household items are made from materials that would otherwise end up in the recycling bin.

Props for the play were due to be made by youngsters at a creative workshop in Hethersett library today.

Mr Vale said: 'Although the play offers a tongue in cheek view of the current recycling system, the aim is to stimulate debate about a range of environmental issues.'


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The play will be performed at 6.30pm in Hethersett Village Hall on Wednesday, September 9.

There is no admission charge but entry will be by ticket only, available at Hethersett library.

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For more details contact Tony Vale on 01953 605434.

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