We love the arty, eclectic nature of Goody Road, and this latest initiative to encourage its businesses and the community to go green, is a real goody.
Kicking off this Saturday, March 14, the campaign begins with one of the Road’s regular Sat’dy’s on Goody, this one dedicated to the cause of re-ducing, re-using, and re-cycling.
You don’t have to feel embarrassed about being befuddled as you stand in front of your bins, rubbish in hand wondering which one to use. KESAB will be on site with their ‘Which Bin’ game to help you sort it out. Mainly for kids, but Adults take note!
The day’s crafty activity will use all sorts of recycled bits and pieces with the final result going on display on the Goodwood Primary School Fence.
Students from St Thomas School will be showing off their new facility on Goodwood Road, and their eco-friendly initiatives.
For a wee donation you’ll be able to take home some of their worm wee for your plants (see what we did there?).
There’ll be a Goody Green Quiz on the day – pick up your folder from the Angel Seat, and if you complete the quiz you might just score yourself a double pass to the Capri Theatre.
Wise to keep an eye on the Goodwood Facebook page in the week before, for the answers!
The day will also incorporate Goodwood Community Centre’s Car Boot Sale, cause there has got to be a re-use for everything – including aluminium coffee pods.
Pretty Pods will also be on the road with their range of earrings created from aluminium coffee pods and old, old magazines.
As always at a Sat’dy on Goody, there’ll be free face painting, buskers, and goodies to sample.
The day’s activities kick off at 10am (Car Boot Sale at 9am), and continue ’til 1pm.