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Join the Sustainable Gardening Community and Claim Your Free Water Butt**

Welcome to Community Action Norfolk's Sustainable Gardening Community – where green thumbs unite for a healthier planet and improved mental wellbeing. Here is your chance to make a positive impact on Norfolk's environment while enjoying the great outdoors.

Key Features:

1. Community Connection: Discover the joy of sustainable gardening in Norfolk. Join our vibrant community, connect with like-minded individuals and share your passion for eco-friendly gardening practices.

2. Water Butt Campaign: As a special initiative, we are offering FREE 100-litre water butts to a limited number of project participants. Thanks to the generous support of Anglian Water, these water butts are here to kickstart your sustainable gardening journey.

3. How to Claim Your Water Butt:

  • Sign up for ongoing gardening community communications through Community Action Norfolk and agree to the terms and conditions below.
  • Agree for your contact information to be held on file. This will only be shared with other Gardening Community participants where there is mutual benefit and additional consent has been sought.
  • Receive your one-time-use code which can be redeemed on the Anglian Water Direct website.
 

4. Terms and Conditions:

  • Anglian Water are funding the total cost of the water butt, including delivery up to the value of £41.99 (excluding VAT).
  • Customers must live in Norfolk, and have their water supplied by Anglian Water.
  • Customers may only claim through Community Action Norfolk as part of the gardening community project and meet the criteria above.
  • Customers will be provided with a onetime use voucher code to use on the Anglian Water Direct website.
  • Codes will only work once; they must not be shared.
  • Offer subject to availably** and whilst stocks last. Limited to one per eligible household only.
  • We reserve the right to end the offer at any time**. 
 

5. Product Liability:

  • Anglian Water and Community Action Norfolk are not the manufacturer of the water butts and therefore are not liable for faulty or damaged items. 
  • We are not liable for any injury or illness incurred from use of the product. 
  • If the product arrives damaged, please send an email to mail@aqualogic-wc.com with a photo of the damaged item and Aqualogic will replace it at their discretion. 
  • The Water Butts should only be used and installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, please take care when fitting your water butt.

 

So why should I sign-up?

Being part of a Gardening Community can be more than a hobby, it can be a way of life. Spending time with people who have similar interests to your own will not only make for interesting conversations, but you may also find that you have other shared interests too!

There are numerous health benefits as well. Gardening has been scientifically proven to enhance mood, reduce stress levels and contribute to overall wellbeing.

The opportunity to connect with fellow gardeners and share valuable ideas, experiences and gardening tips will give you a sense of community and you will have the opportunity to participate in webinars and workshops on sustainable gardening practices, gaining insights from both experts and fellow community members.

Most importantly, your involvement contributes to vital environmental impact – play a crucial role in water conservation and sustainability efforts in Norfolk, understanding the significance of your contribution in mitigating the impacts of climate change.

Get Involved Today!

Contact Julie for more information and to sign up.

This project is in partnership with Anglian Water. Click here to read about Community Action Norfolk's (CAN) longstanding relationship with Anglian Water.

To find out more about companion planting click here here!

Learn how you can recycle everyday items in your garden here

Eco-friendly tips for saving water in the garden here!