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A green Christmas lies in store at the Waterfront

The festive season is soon approaching and the National Waterfront Museumin Swanseais going green to mark the occasion.

From 10am this weekend (Sat 21 & Sun 22 Nov), a two-day Green Fayre organised by the city’s Environment Centre will be setting up camp in the Museum’s main hall.

Visitors will have the chance to browse over 70 stalls offering a wide range of environmentally friendly gifts including organic, fair trade, recycled and locally produced goods.

There will also be stalls selling hand-made woodcraft, upcycled clothes and accessories as well as vegetarian and vegan food.

Speaking about the event, Hannah Mitchell from the Environment Centre said: “There is something for everyone at the Green Fayre, not only is it a unique festive shopping experience, but it also features environmental campaigns, top tips for sustainable living and new for 2015, is a BMW i3 electric car.”

“With free entry it’s a great day out for all the family,” she added.

“This is the tenth year we’ve worked with the Environment Centre to present this ever-popular fayre,” said Events Officer, Miranda Berry. “It’s a fantastic way for visitors to browse and explore the wonders of a truly green Christmas.”