Waste Watchers roadshow in Salisbury
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7:30am 9th February 2013.
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Salisbury shoppers will be able to pick up tips from a top chef today (Saturday 9th Feb) on how to cut down on food waste.
Richard Fox will be giving tips in the Guildhall Square.
He's part of the Love Food Hate Waste Roadshow organised by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust.
It's on from 10.00am - 3.00pm.
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