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BRAG Brentford Recycling Action GroupBRAG Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 20th November 2019 7:00 pm

Residents' Club Room, Brentford Dock, Brentford TW8 H2U

Please join in the 20th Brentford Recycling Action Group (BRAG) Annual General Meeting. Light refreshments will be available.

BRAG is a voluntary, non-political community waste action group established in 1999 made up of Brentford residents. It works to raise awareness of waste issues and to promote activities and facilities to improve the local environment. 

The AGM will comprise a review of BRAG’s activities in the past year, including our work at community events, followed by two presentations:

“Where do vegetables come from? and why that matters,” by Paul Richens, Horticultural Trainer, Bluedome Synergies, and a founder member of BRAG;

“A Cleaner, Greener Hounslow,” by Brentford Councillor Guy Lambert.

Afterwards there will be a chance to ask questions. question-and-answer session. The evening will continue with refreshments, and a chance to chat with members and guests in an informal setting.

If you have any questions, or would like to confirm attendance, please get in touch with either of the BRAG members listed below.

Douglas Benford, Treasurer:
Patti Horsnell, Committee Member:

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November 6, 2019

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