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Canowindra CWA in the Community
BOOMERANG BAG Project
One of the CWA Canowindra’s aims is getting the word out there about recycling, re-using and spreading the word about abolishing single-use plastic bags. All the fabrics for the bags have been sourced from remnants from crafters’ cupboards, upholstery swatch books and fabrics which have been donated to charity and sewn together by our branch members. During COVID times, CWA Canowindra have co-ordinated the materials and sewing by women at home.
Boomerang Bags is about connecting communities, making bags, diverting waste, starting conversations, fostering sustainable behaviour, and having a bit of fun! Boomerang Bags is connecting and empowering local communities to tackle plastic pollution at its source.
Read more about the Boomerang Project here
Boomerang Bags Canowindra commenced in early 2018 and has been running for 4 years. It started as an initiative of Canowindra CWA to complement their War on Waste program. An attempt has been made to encourage recycling in the village and to reduce the number of soft plastic bags in circulation.
Distributed through market stalls previously, we now have them available to purchase online. Buy online- this facility to be available shortly.
A Boomerang bag fun workshop at the CWA Branch hall.
Find out more about CWA Canowindra.
The Canowindra Country Women's Association Branch was started in May 1924 as there was a need in the town for a place where country women can get together to share in friendship and understanding.
WHAT WE DO
The Canowindra CWA seeks to improve conditions & welfare of women and to empower women in our community, through fellowship, transfer of new and traditional skills and community support. You are welcome to join.
Our impact our actions have upon agriculture and the environment. At Canowindra Branch we focus on recycling reusing resources as well as promoting power saving ideas which benefit the local community.
Canowindra Branch like other CWA Branches often get involved in craft and cooking activities. Our talented ladies produce craft work that is presented to the CWA Group and State level. Come join in the fun.
Canowindra Country Womens Association (CWA) Branch
14 Blatchford St,
Canowindra NSW 2804
Mail to: PO Box 118 Canowindra NSW 2804
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