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Come to the Pensioners’ Forum for entertainment and information

21st September 2022

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What happens to your household waste after it’s collected – where does it go and how is it recycled? These are some of the questions which will be answered at this month’s Three Rivers Pensioners’ Forum.

The forum will return to its new home at Rickmansworth School and will feature a multitude of guest speakers as well as live music performed by pupils.

Citizens Advice Watford will be providing advice on topics relevant to the retired community. Watford and Three rivers Trust will give information on the many volunteering activities available in the district, whilst the Three Rivers District Council waste management team will give insights into the fascinating world of waste and recycling.

 The Three Rivers Museum will also be sharing some an exciting glimpse into history via a newly discovered collection of diaries which reveal what life was like in the area during the 19th century.

Event organiser, Cllr Keith Martin, said: “This is an open invitation to all Three Rivers residents of retirement age, come along and enjoy an afternoon amongst friends which will be full of great entertainment and information.

“And what a diverse line up we have this month – from historic insights about our local area, to the extraordinary world of waste and recycling. I’m very excited to also welcome Citizens Advice and the Watford and Three Rivers Trust – and grateful to all the people who help make this happen.”

The forum takes place between 2.30pm and 4.30pm on Thursday 29 September at Rickmansworth School. Access and parking will be available from 2.15pm. Guests are therefore kindly asked not to arrive before this time.          

Refreshments will be available. For those travelling by public transport there are bus stops close to the school. There will be free parking at the school. To book a place email: committeeteam@threerivers.gov.uk

 

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