To help reduce the amount of plastic we bin, and to make it easier and cheaper to stay hydrated, you can fill a water bottle up for free at about 60 cafes, shops and other places in the city. Plus, five refill stations along the seafront should all be in place later this summer.
Go to www.refill.org.uk for more information and to download the Refill app, so you can find businesses that allow you to fill your bottle up.
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A Safe Space for individuals who might need support on a night out is now located in the reception of Civic Offices in Guildhall Square. This has moved from Guildhall Walk Practice, where it has been located over the summer. The Safe Space will be open every Friday and Saturday from 10pm – 3am, to […]