Another chance to get Trashed: Sutton, March 28

TRASHED_MOVIE_POSTER_A3_WEB_V3The Stop the Incinerator Campaign’s screening of the acclaimed Jeremy Irons film, Trashed, at Fairfield Halls last week was seen by more than 80 people, and the obvious demand has persuaded the organisers to show the movie again.

“There was spontaneous applause when the final credits started to roll,” Paul Pickering, the campaign chair, told Inside Croydon.

“We are now able to confirm details of our screening in Sutton. We will be showing Trashed in Meeting Room 2 at The Civic Centre, Sutton, on Thursday March 28. Doors will open at 7pm.”

There will again be a Q&A session following the film.

“Tickets for this screening will be free of charge, but we will be requesting a donation from those attending,” Pickering said. “We are restricted to only 50 seats for this screening so please do not delay reserving your ticket if you would like to see this excellent 90-minute documentary.

“This really is a wake-up call for all of us and is not simply one and a half hours of incinerator bashing.”

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