Win on Waste Sessions in December

We will be holding five Win on Waste sessions in November. Check the list and posters below for full details of where you can find us:

  • Druitt Hall, Christchurch – Saturday 4th December, 10.00-11.30
  • Merley Lantern Church Hub – Saturday 4th December, 10.30-11.30
  • Hamworthy Library – Saturday 4th December, 10.30-11.30
  • Lytchett Matravers Library – Saturday 11th December, 10.00-11.30
  • Ashley Road Co-op – Saturday 11th December, 10.30-12.00

Our sessions in Kinson and Wimborne have now finished for 2021, but will return in January 2022. Keep an eye out for the posters for these sessions, and don’t forget to save your cracker toys and Ferrero Rocher packaging for our January sessions!

Win on Waste Sessions in September

We have six collection sessions running in September at:

  • Hamworthy Library – Saturday 4th September, 10.30-11.30
  • Merley Lantern Church Hub – Saturday 4th September, 10.30-11.30
  • Lytchett Matravers Library – Saturday 11th September, 10.00-11.30
  • Ashley Road Co-op – Saturday 11th September, 10.30-12.00
  • Wimborne Methodist Church Hall – Saturday 11th September, 10.30-12.00
  • Kinson Library – Saturday 25th September, 10.30-12.00

Click on the images below to see what each session will be collecting:

Welcome to Win on Waste

Win on Waste is the new name for Ideas2Action!

We started Ideas2Action on 31 October 2013 and now have 6 trustees, 67 volunteers and one part-time member of staff.

Our first project in 2014 was Win-on-Waste – Canford Heath.  Following on from that we expanded our We Need That recycling directory into Bournemouth.  Since then we have gradually increased our project portfolio so we now have 16 monthly Win on Waste sessions across Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne and a drop off point at Holton Lee.

Our We Need That directory has a sister directory called Decluttering?  We Need That which is aimed at people who are having a clear out and rather than take items to the tip or throw them in the bin, they can refer to the directory and offer them to a good cause.

As well as recycling projects in 2016, we ran Hunt the House: are your house numbers emergency friendly?  Funded by the Dorset Police & Crime Commissioner’s Safer Dorset Fund, this project ran as a pilot on Canford Heath in Poole and showed the importance of having visible house numbers so that the emergency services are able to find homes quickly and possibly even save a life.