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Meet the Refill Schemes

As Refill continues to grow across the UK, so do our Refill Schemes, find out more about the scheme in your local area. 

Refill Southwell

Southwell is a small market town in Nottinghamshire with a rich history: it is the birthplace of the Bramley apple, host to the stunning Southwell Minster, and a high street full of independent shops, restaurants and pubs.

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Refill Frome

Frome is run by an independent council as is full of independent shops and enterprises, while being surrounded by beautiful countryside.

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Refill Esher

Esher in leafy Surrey has a long and famous history, featuring the splendid Claremont Landscape Gardens and Hampton Court Palace.

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Refill Marlow

Marlow is a thriving riverside town, nestling alongside the River Thames to the west of London and bordering the woods of the Chiltern Hills.

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Refill Littleport

Littleport is a town situated just outside of Ely, it is the largest village by area in East Cambridgeshire.

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Refill Ashford

Ashford and Tenterden are Kent’s enticing blend of ancient and modern at its very best. Here international rail links, thriving market towns and world-class chefs meet history-rich villages, idyllic countryside and superb local vineyards.

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Refill Westminster

The City of Westminster is a borough with a long history locateds in Greater London. The borough is famous for its large Central London parks, Buckingham Palace, shopping on Oxford Street and is home to the Prime Minister.

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Refill Ambleside

Ambleside is a bustling market town in the heart of the Lake District, which hosts approximately 20 million visitors each year and sits at the northern end of Windermere.

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Refill Crowborough

Crowborough is the highest point in East Sussex, bordering Ashton Forest and the High Weald Area of Outstanding National Beauty.

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Refill Hertfordshire

Nestled above London, Hertfordshire is a mosaic of beautiful English countryside, built-up towns, and sleepy traditional villages. By becoming part of the Refill Revolution, Hertfordshire will help to reduce plastic pollution in their streets and green spaces, as well as in our seas.

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Refill Acle

Acle is a small market town on the River Bure and is known and the Gateway to the Norfolk Broads National Park, located halfway between Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

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Refill Dulwich

East Dulwich is a thriving community, with hundreds of independent shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy as well as a rich culture and open spaces.

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Refill Tongue

Tongue is a village at the very top of the Highlands of Scotland. There are lots of good beaches and access to the mountains Ben Hope and Ben Loyal.

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Refill Thames Ditton

Thames Ditton’s high street is the heart of the community, passionate about the environment with a strong commitment to eliminate single-use plastic.

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Refill Runcorn

Runcorn has a large diversity of people. Recently we have seen a large increase in local groups wanting to make a difference for our community and the world.

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Refill Nantwich

Nantwich is a medieval market town with a modern edge. Situated on the banks of the River Weaver, Nantwich is famous for the medieval timbered buildings dotted around the town.

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Refill Matlock

Matlock is a thriving market town, a gateway to the beautiful Derbyshire Dales, with a population of approximately 10,000 people.

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Refill Hathersage

Hathersage is a charming village in the Peak District, which is very popular with walkers, climbers and cyclists, especially during holiday times.

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Refill Aylesbury

Aylesbury is a town in central England. Georgian, Jacobean and Tudor buildings fill its old town, especially near 13th-century St. Mary’s Church.

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Refill Daventry

We all need to tackle the war on plastics and a great way to help is to get a reusable water container and refill from the tap.

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Refill Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks Town is an Historic Market Town with a wide selection of National and Independent Shops and Restaurants. It has two stations, a leisure centre, theatre, cinema and has National Trust Knole located nearby.

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Refill Corsham

Corsham is an historic market town, just 10 miles from Bath and on the fringe of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by beautiful countryside with an historic High Street, made up of mellow Georgian stone buildings, it is home to a wide variety of independent retailers, cafes and restaurants as well as our most colourful residents; peacocks!

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Refill Uckfield

Uckfield is a town in the Wealden District of East Sussex. The River Uck passes through the middles of the town and is a tributary of the River Ouse. The first mention in a historical document is in the late thirteenth century.

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Refill Knighton

Knighton is a small market town and community in central Powys, Wales, on the Teme and the Wales-England border. A small part of the town including Knighton railway station is in Shropshire, England. This Anglo-Saxon settlement later became a Norman fortified town.

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Refill Andover

Andover is a bustling market town nestled in the heart of the borough of Test Valley in the west of Hampshire.

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Refill Hethersett

Hethersett is a real community, we all pull together when needed and everyone is so friendly. Lots of people seem to want to make a difference, particularly when it comes to helping the environment.

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Refill Gorleston

Gorleston-on-Sea is a coastal town on the East Coast of Norfolk located just across the River Yare from Great Yarmouth. It has a fantastic beach, yacht pond, children’s splash fun area, tennis courts with some great eateries nearby.

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Refill Newport and Shropshire

Newport is a small market town on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border. It has a fantastic local community with great schools and one of the Countries top Agricultural universities Harper Adams on our doorstep.

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Refill Preston

Preston embodies the City to Sea ethos. We have strong links to the waterways; with our docklands running into the estuary and the river Ribble running through the city.

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Refill Chapel-en-le-Frith

Chapel-en-le-Frith is surrounded by a dramatic landscape of gritstone ridges and shapely hills, and is popular with walkers and cyclists as well as those interested in its rich history.

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Refill Brixton

Brixton can only be described as a melting pot of activity in London. So many different people from all different backgrounds live here as a result of our great backstory.

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Refill Tameside

Tameside is a metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester comprising of nine towns, bordering High Peak in Derbyshire to the east, and the City of Manchester to the west.

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Refill Leamington

Warwick and Leamington Spa are nestled in the stunning Warwickshire countryside. Leamington Spa is a beautiful Regency town boasting wide boulevards, impressive architecture and award-winning gardens. With the River Leam and Grand Union Canal running through it, it is a place of natural beauty

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Refill Darlington

Darlington is a large historic market town in County Durham, in North East England which dates back to 1183 and is situated 37 miles south of Newcastle.  Darlington is famous for its railway heritage and is the home of the world’s first steam locomotive powered, permanent passenger railway and the town has long been a centre for engineering, particularly bridge building. 

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Refill Lancing

Lancing is England’s largest village set betwixt the seaside and the Downs. Until quite recently fishing was carried out by fishermen of different generations from the same few families. In the more distant past, Lancing was known for smuggling activities.

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Refill Lingwood

Lingwood is a medium sized Broadland village, situated between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. The Village Hall is the hub of the community with a cafe run by volunteers and a venue for regular groups.

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Refill Nottingham

Nottingham is one of the one of the best places to live. From the number of green spaces, to the amazingly diverse communities, and the huge number of different food establishments. Nottingham has been made a home by many from around the world, we are a truly international community and that is what is so special. We celebrate our diversity and wear it with pride.

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Refill Ross

Ross on Wye is where tourism was ‘born’ by the local philanthropist John Kyrle in the late 17th century. Trips along the wye were offered to artists and poets who were inspired by the area of natural beauty.

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Refill Wirral

Wirral is a beautiful place to live work and play, with 25 miles of coastline including Sites of Special Scientific Interest, such as the Dee Estuary Wirral is connected to the sea on three sides.

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Refill Malmesbury

Home to the final resting place of Althelsan, first King of England, a 12th century Abbey, flying monks and the oldest purpose-built hotel in England, just to name just a few, Malmesbury is a town steeped in History, at the heart of the English countryside.

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Refill Chipping Norton

Chipping Norton is a beautiful market town on the edge of the Cotswolds. The highest town in Oxfordshire, it is situated on a hillside that was once the site of a Norman castle.

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Refill Bridgnorth

Bridgnorth is a thriving market town sitting astride the River Severn which serves a large hinterland of rural Shropshire and the urban West Midlands. The town strives to combine tourism with being a ‘living and breathing’ real place to live, work and visit. 

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Refill Keswick

Keswick is a historic market town that sits on the shores of Derwentwater in the heart of the Lake District National Park and is passionate about reducing single-use plastics – Welcome to Refill.

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Refill Bolton

Bolton is a vibrant, multicultural town and is buzzing with community spirit and activity. It boasts a large community of ethically and environmentally conscious residents. 

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Refill Hexham

Boasting a fascinating (and at times, bloody) history, incredible architecture, icons including Hexham Abbey and the Old Gaol, interesting independent shops, an array of eateries and pubs, a spectacular location, fantastic people and a warm welcome for visitors.

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Refill Middlesbrough

The city heart of the Tees Valley, Middlesbrough is perfectly nestled between coast and country, sitting immediately above the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside amongst quaint coastal and market towns.

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Refill Tywyn

Tywyn is a bustling seaside town in Gwynedd, they have a very close knit active community who work together to improve the local environment and to make the town a more pleasant place to visit.

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Refill Northumberland Coast

As an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Refill Northumberland Coast Scheme is dedicated to ensuring its conservation for future generations to enjoy for years to come.

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Refill Otley

Otley has an interesting history. Originating as a town in Saxon times, it’s held a market charter since 1222, and it is known for the development of the Wharfedale Printing Press in the 1850s.

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Refill Skipton and Keighley

Skipton and Keighley are scenic towns within Yorkshire. Both places have diverse communities wanting to raise awareness around sustainability and single use plastics.

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Refill Roundhay

Roundhay is a leafy suburb located in north Leeds, with a vibrant community of over 70,000 people. They have launched the Plastic Free Roundhay and the Refill Roundhay projects to form a strong movement of reducing plastic waste across the area.

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Refill Pontypridd

The driver behind Pontypridd wanting to be part of the Refill revolution scheme was independent businesses seeing the litter problems cause by plastic bottles and take away cups in the town centre, park and river and wanting to do their bit to tackle it.

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Refill Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth is a seaside town in the middle of Cardigan Bay. Surrounded by lush countryside, coastal paths and mountains, it’s perfect for nature lovers.

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Refill East Kent

The Kent coast is full of contrasts, from the historic towns like Deal and Sandwich to the busy port city of Dover. Everything from ancient castles to the brilliant white cliffs countryside makes it a magnet for walkers and cyclists.

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Refill Worthing

A vibrant, buzzy town situated to the west of Brighton on the South-coast. We are nestled between the sea and the South Downs, benefiting from a beautiful local environment. With concern about pointless plastic waste growing, Refill Worthing has been launched.

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Refill Brighton and Hove

As one of the UK’s most vibrant, creative and colourful seaside cities, Brighton & Hove attracts millions of visitors each year, as well as being home to a diverse community.

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Refill Knutsford

Although only 15 miles south west of Manchester, Knutsford has managed to retain its quaint historic charm. Steeped in heritage and on the doorstep of one of the UK’s most complete historic estates, Tatton Park, Knutsford boasts a thriving independent Town Centre with shops, restaurants, bars and cafés to attract the most discerning of visitors.

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Refill Somerset

From beautiful coastline to rugged Exmoor, from historic Glastonbury to rolling hills – Mendips, Quantocks, Poldens, Brendons, Blackdowns – and wildlife-rich levels, Somerset is a gem to be protected and enjoyed by all.

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Refill Guernsey

Guernsey’s environment, especially its beaches are of particular importance and value to both local life and tourism and Refill Guernsey hopes to help preserve this.

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Refill Suffolk

Refill Suffolk was launched in June 2018 by local plastic awareness campaigner and founder of rubbishwalks.co.uk Jason Alexander. Teaming up with Anglian Water, The Greenprint Forum, BBC Radio Suffolk, Transition Woodbridge and a growing number of other groups and individuals across the county.

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Refill Glastonbury

Glastonbury is well known for its sacred waters, including the Red Spring at Chalice Well Peace Garden and the White Spring Water Temple at the foot of the Tor. Glastonbury’s springs and sacred sites attract many visitors and pilgrims throughout the year.

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Refill Woking

Woking Borough Council has a long running commitment to the environment and enabling the public to contribute to a sustainable Woking is key to the Council’s environmental policies and Refill complements these objectives.

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Refill Chichester

Refill Chichester’s mission, sponsored by Transition Chichester, is to promote the availability of tap water as an alternative to buying water in plastic bottles.

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Refill York

York is a walled city in the North East of England. Millions of tourists come to York every year to see our beautiful city and embrace our history as well as being able to escape to the countryside.

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Refill Tonbridge

Tonbridge is a pretty market town in Kent, famous for Tonbridge Castle and the Big Bridge spanning the river Medway. It is located to the South East of London and just North of the Royal Tunbridge Wells.

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Refill Sheffield

When you come out of Sheffield station, the first thing you see is the magnificent Cutting Edge Sculpture, combining water and steel, and you’re standing on what was once the meeting point of the Sheaf River and Porter Brook. Water is the key to the location of our city, powering early industrialisation.

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Refill Manchester

There is more to Manchester than just football, as us Mancs/honorary Mancs know, it is a city united. We have a history of wins that make us stand out from the crowd (and not just for football either!).

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Refill Maidenhead

Maidenhead has a long history of residents and visitors enjoying the River Thames setting and surrounding countryside. We have parks and nature reserves aplenty and are never short of people messing about in boats! This is a place where people enjoy and care about their environment.

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Refill Isle of Wight

With nearly 70 miles of iconic coastline, the Isle of Wight is the diamond in the Solent, just a short ferry ride from the south coast. The Island has a population of 140,000 and welcomes thousands of visitors each year to its festivals, beaches, water sports, attractions and countryside.

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Refill Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge, a small market town set in the beautiful South Pennines, famed for its tolerant lifestyles, has always been proud of its green credentials.

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Refill Hastings

Hastings is a coastal fishing town located in East Sussex. Famously known for the battle of the same name, it becomes a tourist destination during the summer time. Refill Hastings want to help to keep the coast clean.

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Refill Cambridge

Cambridge is a city located north of London. Full of history, it is home to one of the most prestigious universities in the world. With a city of dedicated students, the preservation of the environment is at the forefront of local priorities.

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Refill Halifax

Halifax is a minister town in West Yorkshire. It is home to many well-known names and places including The Piece hall, the Halifax bank, Dean Clough and Wainhouse Tower.

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Refill Bradford District

Bradford has a great community spirit. It is one of the largest, youngest and most diverse cities in the country with a history of embracing radical ideas.

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Refill Huddersfield

Huddersfield is a town that can have some very hot summers, meaning people need to stay hydrated. The community’s mission is to keep everyone hydrated.

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Refill Eden

Nestled between the Lake District fells and the Pennines in Cumbria, the beautiful Eden district is often described as the county’s hidden gem.

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Refill Evesham

The beautiful riverside market town of Evesham is taking action against plastic pollution with Refill.

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Refill East Leeds Rural

Nestled in the Yorkshire countryside between Leeds and York East Leeds Rural is a collection of small towns and villages who are on a mission to clean up our environment and reduce single use plastic.

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Refill Bristol

Bristol’s vibrant and diverse community are always active in improving and helping the environment. Refill Bristol enjoyed a successful city-wide launch in 2015.

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Refill Selby

Selby is proud to have signed up to the Refill scheme. It is a busy market town dominated by its beautiful Abbey, which will be celebrating its 950th anniversary in 2019.

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Refill Mid Sussex

Refill Mid Sussex is ready to launch and take a stand against single use plastic! Mid Sussex extends to the beautiful South Downs in the south and the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the north.

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Refill Arundel

Arundel is a small town situated in West Sussex. It is home to the historic Arundel Castle and is a town best known for having a great artistic community.

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Refill Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is the only entire nation to be a UNESCO Biosphere reserve, recognising it as a special place for people and nature.

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Refill Scotland

With nine out of ten Scots trying to reduce the amount of plastic that they use with many making the switch to reusable bottles instead of buying bottles of water in shops, it is a natural step that Refill comes to Scotland.

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Refill Horsham District

Launched on 8 July 2018, Refill Horsham District may be young, but we’re on a mission to prevent plastic pollution one bottle at a time!

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Refill Altrincham

On the map since well before the thirteenth century, today Altrincham is the epitome of the modern market town, boasting high quality shopping, a growing reputation for excellent food and drink, a strong leisure sector and a revitalised market as relevant to the local community now as it was in 1290 when it first received its Charter.

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Refill Norwich

As one of the oldest trading points in the UK and living in harmony with the surrounding picturesque Norfolk countryside, Norwich’s green roots run deep. As such, the Fine City of Norwich was quick to embrace the culture of reuse and the initiative was welcomed by local businesses with open arms.

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Refill Lowestoft

Lowestoft sits proudly in the northernmost part of The Suffolk Coast. As the most easterly town it is the first place to see the sunrise in the UK; and is famous for its southern beaches.

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Refill Bicester and Banbury

Both historic market towns have long relationships with the water, from Roman times they have been surrounded by the River Ray, Cherwell and ultimately the River Thames not to mention the Oxfordshire Canal.

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Refill Chippenham

Chippenham is a historic market town in northwest Wiltshire, England. The River Avon flowing through the centre of Chippenham forms a physical link between the town and the sea.

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Refill Henley on Thames

The river in Henley is extremely important to the locals, for many reasons including the Royal Rowing Regatta which takes place every summer. The river is a massive source of joy to visitors and locals as well as an important habitat to wildlife.

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Refill West Oxfordshire

Nestled in the northwest of Oxfordshire and surrounded by rural beauty, the area encompasses market towns like Woodstock and medieval towns such as Burford. Despite being far away from the coast, the scheme is very aware of the connection between local action and global impact.

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Refill Bradford on Avon

This historic town nestled in the Avon valley has been a hotspot over the ages from the Romans to the Victorians and is still a popular destination and pit-stop for many a walker, cyclist and countryside explorer.

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Refill Cornwall

Cornwall is a county that prides itself for its beautiful coastline and beaches as well as the amazing conservation work that takes place all over the county by a number of different organisations and local marine conservation groups.

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Refill St Albans

St Albans wants to be a more sustainable place for residents and visitors. Working with Plastic Free St Albans, the District Council, Affinity Water and the Business Improvement District we plan to get as many businesses as possible on board.

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Refill Oxford

Nicknamed as the City of Dreaming Spires, inspired by the well known university, Oxford is known for it’s 38 colleges around the city. But there is a lot more to the bustling city and plastic pollution is high on the agenda.

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