Sandy Ogilvie joins Fyne Futures
Aug02

Sandy Ogilvie joins Fyne Futures

We are really please to welcome Sandy Ogilvie to the team as our new Marketing & Sales Leader.  It’s been a whirlwind start with tour of Recycling, Bute Produce, introduction to Car Bute members all before close of business on Monday.  Tuesday, we had a great day which included filming at ReStyle, thanks to the impromptu ‘extras’ who took part.  The film is to celebrate 100 Revolve accredited reuse stores in...

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Flower Show 3-4 September 2016
Aug16

Flower Show 3-4 September 2016

Fyne Futures through funding from Zero Waste Bute, have two extra classes in the Flower Show this year and would be delighted if any children would like to participate, they are: Class 176A     Handicrafts                                  A Recycled soft drink can Class 237A     Children’s section                      A recycled soft drink plastic bottle Prizes for both classes are: 1st       £25 2nd   £15 3rd    £10  ...

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Bute Studio Trail 23-24th July 2016
Jul21

Bute Studio Trail 23-24th July 2016

Fyne Futures through support from Zero Waste Bute are pleased to support Bute Artists this weekend, in promoting use of Recycled materials in Art.  It is always a very good weekend, we would urge our readers to visit, see link below.   http://www.butestudiotrail.com/    

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Wee Blog from Pass it on Week last month!

Last month saw the national annual Pass it on Week event.  On Bute we had lots of  events happening including: Launch event at Re-style Shop £10 Sale in Re-style Shop Kilo event at Re-style shop Painting and Picture event at Re-style shop Weekly promotions at all local charity shops including, Cancer Research, For Bute, Oxfam, Calums Cabin and Bute Oasis. Workshops on Bike Repair at Bike Shed Events at Calico Moon Made Do and Mend...

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You won’t believe how much…
Dec18

You won’t believe how much…

You won’t believe how much food waste we are diverting from landfill through our Climate Challenge funded Bute 360 Food Project. The household food waste collection service is performing very well, with an average 32 households taking part each week; representing a presentation rate of 62.74% of the 51 households taking part in the pilot.  We are collecting an average 78.47 kg of food waste from each weekly collection.  That...

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