Campaigners aiming to reduce plastic waste are to hold a protest at a north-east supermarket.
Residents in Banchory are inviting members of the public to get involved in the protest outside Morrison’s on Friday at 2.30pm aimed at getting stores to cut down on plastic packaging.
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The campaign’s organiser Fiona Hope said: “There are very few rivers and lochs in the world now that do not contain minute particles of plastic.
“The supermarkets are moving slowly in the right direction but we need to encourage them to move much faster.
“We can make big organisations change by speaking out.”