Eco make your own feeder kit

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Buy Eco make your own feeder kit: Based in Perranporth on the rugged North Cornwall coast, the good people at A Short Walk have one guiding principle - there’s no such thing as waste, just opportunity.<br><br>Everything in their range is created from unloved ‘stuff’ that would otherwise end up in landfill. Precious raw materials are recycled with care into novel gifts and homewares that are beautiful, useful and made to last.<br><br>This simple Make Your Own Feeder kit is a great way to get kids away from screens and back in touch with nature.<br><br>It includes everything they’ll need to make their own unique bird feeder out of a tin can. Great fun and a hands-on way to help them appreciate the value of recycling.<br><br>Each kit contains: sturdy base made from plant pots; rubber stopper made from car tyres; 2 x blank wraps for designing; string; instruction pamphlet explaining the recycling process.

Based in Perranporth on the rugged North Cornwall coast, the good people at A Short Walk have one guiding principle - there’s no such thing as waste, just opportunity.

Everything in their range is created from unloved ‘stuff’ that would otherwise end up in landfill. Precious raw materials are recycled with care into novel gifts and homewares that are beautiful, useful and made to last.

This simple Make Your Own Feeder kit is a great way to get kids away from screens and back in touch with nature.

It includes everything they’ll need to make their own unique bird feeder out of a tin can. Great fun and a hands-on way to help them appreciate the value of recycling.

Each kit contains: sturdy base made from plant pots; rubber stopper made from car tyres; 2 x blank wraps for designing; string; instruction pamphlet explaining the recycling process.

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