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A-PDFFrom: Merger"HM DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark Government e-petitions" <no-reply-epetitions@digital.cabinet-office.gov.uk> To: libzrussell@hotmail.com Date: 10/23/2012 4:48:56 PM Subject: HM Government e-petitions: Email address confirmation Dear Libby Russell, Before your signature is added to the e-petition "Ban Free Plastic Carrier Bags In England" you need to confirm your email address by clicking on the link below: https://submissions.epetitions.direct.gov.uk/signatures/7474612/verify/RLVigPoOFOn5djJYUczf If you don't want to sign this e-petition or believe this message was sent in error, please ignore this email. Thanks, HM Government e-petitions http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/

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"HM Government e-petitions" <no-reply-epetitions@digital.cabinet-office.gov.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 10/29/2012 10:45:31 PM HM Government e-petitions: Email address confirmation

Dear Libby Russell, Thanks for creating an e-petition. Before your e-petition is reviewed, you need to confirm your email address by clicking on the link below: https://submissions.epetitions.direct.gov.uk/signatures/7539445/verify/j1uVOPFKrUVDGa4VYJQW If you don't want to submit this e-petition or believe this message was sent in error, please ignore this e-mail. Thanks, HM Government e-petitions http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/

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"Hotmail Calendar" <alerts@live.com> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/2/2012 7:57:32 AM Drying for freedom - plus film maker Q and A on 02 Nov at 20:00

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Smartbags.co.uk <info@smartbags.co.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/2/2012 3:06:28 PM Thank you for your enquiry

Dear Libby,

Thank you for your enquiry. One the team will contact you shortly. Below is a summary of your enquiry:

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The Smartbags Team

Summary of web form submission: Your Name Libby Russell Email Address libzrussell@hotmail.com Case Number 2969161 Home Phone Number 07771812845 Comments/Enquiries Hello, I am running an environmental project with Southampton Solent University through installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. In support of this petition I plan to give out tote bags in West Quay Shopping Centre, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition (and potentially your business card). I believe that this is the perfect place to do this in the height of Southamptons consumption and therefore the height of single use plastic carrier bag usage. I ask if you would be willing to give me some canvas bags for this project. As I do not have anything to advertise (only the use of reusable bags), you would have free reign to print whatever you like on these bags.This would be a brilliant advertising opportunity for you. Kind Regards Libby Russell How did you find us? Google Search

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"Rosemary Carter" <rosemary@team-colours.co.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/2/2012 3:09:38 PM Thank you for contacting Team Colours

Dear Libby Thank you for your enquiry. A member of the team will contact you shortly to answer your submitted enquiry. If there are any questions please email me at rosemary@team-colours.co.uk, use our new Live Help (Mon-Fri 95pm) service on our site, or phone me at 01920 876243 quoting your Customer ID 199317. Please login using the details below every time you visit us to benefit from special offers and deals tailored for you and faster processing of your order. Email: libzrussell@hotmail.com Password: 4ivi95pj You can change your password to something memorable by clicking here. From time to time, we will produce offers for Facebook fans only. To gain access to these offers, join http://www.facebook.com/teamcolours. Best Regards, Rosemary Carter(rosemary@team-colours.co.uk)

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From: "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> To: "Karmel Vickrage" <kraziek3@hotmail.co.uk> "Kayleigh Matthews" <goodcharlotteobsessed@hotmail.com> "kiel Edwards" <kiel379@msn.com> "Kim Tracey" <lillintunumber2@hotmail.co.uk> "Kirsty Weatherhead" <kitw88@hotmail.co.uk> "Kristian Clarke" <justlikethegoodolddays@hotmail.co.uk> "Laura Petty" <gloombug@hotmail.com> "leigh frost" <sugarbabe_poole89@hotmail.com> "Leona Deacon" <ldeacon@camshill.com> lewis <lewis.russell@ntlworld.com> Lewis <cdl2202@hotmail.com> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> "Louise O'Donoghue" <Louise.O'Donoghue@solent.ac.uk> Date: 11/3/2012 11:33:41 AM Subject: Fw: Carrier bag petition Hiya I have started a petition to introduce a charge on single use plastic bags in England. Would you please forward it to Smile

people you think would be interested (or everyone ever considered for debate.

). It needs to have 100,000 signatures in a year to be

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 If you are worried this link is spam, you can also google ‘HM epetitions’ and on there do a search for ‘5p charge on single use plastic bags’ Thanks! Libby

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"Laura Petty" <gloombug@hotmail.com> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/3/2012 11:50:18 AM Re: Carrier bag petition

I shall do this, but who gets the 5p? Could part of it be used as a donation to conservation charities rather than fattening mr tesco's pockets? Sent from my iPhone On 3 Nov 2012, at 11:35, "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya I have started a petition to introduce a charge on single use plastic bags in England. Would you please forward it to Smile

people you think would be interested (or everyone ever be considered for debate.

). It needs to have 100,000 signatures in a year to

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 If you are worried this link is spam, you can also google ‘HM epetitions’ and on there do a search for ‘5p charge on single use plastic bags’ Thanks! Libby

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industrialbulkcontainers@btconnect.com "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/5/2012 8:59:21 AM Re: Tote bags

Industrial Bulk Containers Hi Libby, Thanks for your email. Our product is not suitable for this purpose. Our bags are heavy duty industrial bulk bags, and are too large and bulky for your requirements. Good luck with it though. Kind Regards Kevin Industrial Bulk Containers Limited Newton Business Park Talbot Road Hyde Cheshire SK14 4UQ Tel: 0161 3678695 Fax: 0161 3678685 email: industrialbulkcontainers@btconnect.com website: www.industrialbulkcontainers.co.uk

From: Libby Russell Sent: Friday, November 02, 2012 3:11 PM To: industrialbulkcontainers@btconnect.com Subject: Tote bags

Hello, I am running an environmental project with Southampton Solent University through installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. In support of this petition I plan to give out tote bags in West Quay Shopping Centre, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition (and potentially your business card). I believe that this is the perfect place to do this in the height of Southamptons consumption and therefore the height of single use plastic carrier bag usage. I ask if you would be willing to give me some canvas bags for this project. As I do not have anything to advertise (only the use of reusable bags), you would have free reign to print whatever you like on these bags.This would be a brilliant advertising opportunity for you. Kind Regards Libby Russell

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"Tom Saunders" <Tom.Saunders@solent.ac.uk> "Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> 11/5/2012 10:12:45 AM Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student

Hi Laura, Couldn't see anything about the project idea - could you re-send? I don't think there's anything against it being part of a university course. Kind regards, Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk -----Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Tom Saunders/FBSE/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 09:59AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Tom Please see the project idea from a student below. I am still waiting for details of cost, which will depend on how cheaply our marketing team can get tote bags from a supplier. Could you confirm whether the UnLtd part of the 3-tier funding is allowed to cover projects that are part of a university course? Our funding cannot, however I told the student I would try and explore alternative avenues for her. Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle!

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noreply@guardian.co.uk "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/5/2012 11:33:26 PM Thank you for your email: New single use plastic bag legislation

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"Nicola Chamberlain" <Nicola.Chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/6/2012 10:51:19 AM Re: studio clothes swaps

Hi Libby, Yes, I think this is a great idea! How about next monday (12th November). I can send out an email for you if you send me the content :) Nic x -----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: "Nicola" <nicola.chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 05/11/2012 11:56PM Subject: studio clothes swaps Hey, I would like to put on a clothes swap in the studio. Would you be able to tell me when it would be good timing to do so? So that the most students schedules would be fairly empty? I think the evening might be the best time. Also who would be allowed into the studios for this? Just students who use the building? All Solent students? Or anyone? Thanks Libby

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"Michael Carr" <michael.carr@dailyecho.co.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/7/2012 9:50:16 AM petition on single carrier bags

Hi Liz, I’m Mike and I’m a reporter at the Daily Echo. We are doing a short story on the petition. I was hoping I could have a chat with you about it for a bit of background information and to find out the real inspiration behind the petition and a bit more about yourself. This is my email and my number is 02380424485 or email me back with your number I hope you can get back to me, there’s a possible chance of a picture too – but I’ll find out if we need that. Good luck with the petition. Yours sincerely Michael Carr -------------------------------------------------------------This document is private and confidential. All property, copyright and other rights in it and its contents belong to Newsquest Media Group Limited. It must not be read, copied, disclosed or otherwise used without Newsquest’s authorisation. Newsquest may exercise its legal rights and remedies in the event of any such unauthorised use. Newsquest Media Group Limited. Registered in England, number 3105111. Registered office: 58 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8DP. --------------------------------------------------------------

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"Annie Reece" <annie.reece@resource.uk.com> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/8/2012 10:28:00 AM Re: Single use plastic bag petition

Hi Libby, Many thanks for your email regarding your plastic bag charge petition and for thinking of Resource. We've tweeted and facebooked about it, so hopefully you'll get some more signatures. Good luck! Kind regards,

Annie Reece Deputy Editor Resource Magazine

Tel: 0117 907 4107 Email: annie.reece@resource.uk.com Web: www.resource.uk.com Twitter: @resource media Facebook: Resource Media

On 8 Nov 2012, at 09:57, Libby Peake wrote: https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/

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"Michael Carr" <michael.carr@dailyecho.co.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/8/2012 10:59:11 AM RE: petition on single carrier bags

Hi Libby, What we could do is set-up a picture for later on in the week and I could give you a ring later. The picture might have to be something a bit colourful like you with lots of bags looking annoyed or something. What time are you free between lectures/seminars etc? Thanks Libby, Mike From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 07 November 2012 18:59 To: Michael Carr Subject: Re: petition on single carrier bags Yay that’s amazing! My number is 07771812845, I’m normally more free towards the evening due to uni schedule. Thank you Libby Russell From: Michael Carr Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 9:50 AM To: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: petition on single carrier bags

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"Enquiries, Unit" <enquiries@environment-agency.gov.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/8/2012 11:32:00 AM Ref:121108/PC14 - single use plastic bags

Dear Libby, Thank you for your enquiry regarding information on single use plastic bags. Please find attached a link to a report "Lifecycle Assessment of Supermarket Carrier Bags". http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/research/library/publications/129364.aspx There is also information on Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) about this subject. http://archive.defra.gov.uk/environment/waste/topics/plastics/index.htm I trust this will be of use to you Libby. If you have any further enquiries please contact us and we will be happy to help. Kind Regards Paul Carnall National Customer Contact Centre Part of National Operations ( 03708 506 506 * Enquiries@environment-agency.gov.uk

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Sorry. Here is the link - https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965 From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 9:16 PM T o: enquiries@environment-agency.gov.uk Subject: single use plastic bags Hello, I have started a petition to introduce a single use plastic bag tax in the UK - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 I have started a Facebook page so that people can share it amongst their friends. One member has posted â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;this is a stupid idiea backed up by lies, i have done my own experiments on plasyic bags from tescos sainsburys and asda and found that after just two years the bags rot away without any help whatsoever... its a false econamy, and im sorry i cant suport stupid unprooven ideas.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I have written to another member with similar concerns that bags break down differently under different conditions, and have given him your report on supermarket bags but I was wondering if you could give me some information I could use to give an informed response to this particular user. Such as the estimated time it would take for a common carrier bag to break down at landfill. Here is the event if you wish to join it or share it yourself. Thank you Libby Russell

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"The Art House Southampton CIC" <arthousesouthampton@gmail.com> Elizabeth <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/8/2012 1:38:15 PM Draught Proof | Bitter-sweet Verse | Couch Fest | Looking at Art

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The main thing is to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live.â&#x20AC;? ~ Auguste Rodin

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Hello Art House fan. Here is a brief, sometimes elliquent, always enthralling, reminder of some events that we are hosting (and one that we're escaping to) from tonight and through the weekend.

Draught proof for winter! - Transition Talks Art House, Thur 8th Nov 7PM (Tonight!) Feeling a bit chilly already? Don't have the money for PV panels or the permission of your landlord for cavity wall insulation? Roger Munford and Adrian Pickering (and Phil McCavity?) will be discussing low-cost ways to save energy at home, just in time for colder weather. Roger has run a number of energy-saving workshops in people's homes and both opened their homes for our Sustainable Open Homes weekends. Bring specific questions, or come to look at draught proofing materials on display. Plus there is always a chance to speak to like-minded people, eat cake, and grab an organic ale. Not bad for a Thursday night! Entry by 'magic hat' donation to benefit both Transition Southampton and the Art House.

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Archimedes Screw Poetry Showcase Art House, 9th Nov 7PM Featuring bitter-sweet verse spinner Sophia Blackwell with support from local poets Portsmouth Laureate Sam Cox and Audience Choice Benjamin Hayes. Bring your mates, family, colleagues and gran and prepare to shake, rattle and roll as tonight’s audience will select one of our open mic performers to feature as a future local poet and reward one of our local poets with a paid gig, courtesy of partners Apples and Snakes. Date: Friday 9th November 7.00pm-10.00pm. Price Ј4.00 (audience) and Ј3.00 (open mic performers). Sophia Blackwell ~ Sophia is a performance poet, cabaret vamp, burlesque wannabe, feminist lesbian warrior princess and Italian pasta-momma. Born in Newcastle, polished at Oxford and living in North London, she’s been on the poetry scene for five years after winning her first slam and getting her first paycheque - which was immediately spent on petrol and a curry.

"Couch Fest" Short Film Showcase Art House, Sat 10th Nov, 5PM and 8PM Celebrating its fifth year in 2012, Couch Fest Films is a cozy shorts film fest hosted in people's houses & small venues all over the world all on one day. During Couch Fest Films, lovers of film can sit shoulder to shoulder watching short films while stuffing their faces with snacks. For details of our programme, please see here:- http://www.couchfestfilms.com/films2012-Southampton2.html Each year, films from such festivals as Sundance, SXSW, CFC Worldwide Shorts, Seattle Int. Film Festival, and the New Horizons Film Festival to name a few are presented. Couch Fest Films is not an online event nor a broadcast event. It is a film festival that replaces traditional theater venues with cozy residential venues and alternative locations. A short intermission in the middle of each program will allow viewers to discuss the films and socialize. Participants will have the opportunity to interact, share and discover new films and fellow lovers of film. Of course you want to attend Couch Fest Films! Maybe you love film. Maybe you like the idea of sitting on your rump. Well, that's kind of what we like too. So was born the idea of Couch Fest Films. We will be holding two showings of our set of films, one at 5 - 6.45pm & one at 8 - 10pm. There will also be a different set if films showing at 7.30pm in Bitterne, so why not take in both venues and make an evening of it? The cafe will be open serving hot & cold drinks, wines, beers, ciders & aperitifs until 10pm Entry to Couchfest is FREE. For details of our programme, please see here:12_29_2012


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http://www.couchfestfilms.com/films-2012-Southampton2.html

Life Drawing Session The Art House Sunday, November 11, 2012 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM Please book here

An untutored session for artists who want to do some life drawing! The session consists of a warm-up with shorter poses, followed by either one or two longer poses – the group decides. There will be a 45 minute break for lunch at 2pm. The life drawing sessions are untutored, giving you a chance to do some drawing in peace. The sessions are sometimes themed using props and backdrops or specific types of poses. We provide: -

Easels Drawing boards & drawing board clips Some basic drawing materials & plain papers A life model

You will need to bring: - paper or a sketchbook - your own preferred drawing or painting things. The Cost is Ј13.95 per session, payable on booking. If you rebook on the day for the next session, we offer an early bird price of Ј12.50. The Friends of The Art House card discount of 25% off applies both to early bird and full price bookings! Want a Friends of The Art House card, to save money on food & drink, workshops, events and more? Buy yours online here and start saving! To get your Friends of The Art House discount, please use the discount code we've sent you or contact us on info@thearthousesouthampton.co.uk for your code. The Art House crew privilege card discount of 25% also applies to full price and early bird bookings. Crew, please book and pay in person. Event image - drawing of Tony by Stewart Beckett, done at one of the sessions - visit his website for more lovely examples of his work! Accessibility information:This session is suitable for adults. The life drawing is held on our 12_29_2012


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first floor, which is accessed via wide stairs with a banister either side. Regretably we are not able to hold this session on our ground floor as the cafe is open.

Three Monkeys Acoustic Showcase With Tom Biggs, Andy Harris and Dave Mitchell Art House, Fri 16/11/12, 8PM Three Monkeys is a unique chance to enjoy music by three local musicians, singers & songwriters in the intimate setting of our gallery. Three musicians, one stage, one song at a time. Details of this month's musicians to follow. Dave Mitchell ~ Dave Mitchell plays acoustic guitar with passionate bluesy vocals and emotive, honest lyrics. With his stomping energetic performance he can create the feel of a whole band. Andy Harris ~ Calico Cat is the brainchild of Andy Harris. Andy is best known as a member of Southampton's Haunted Stereo. He also plays guitar for and produces Anja McCloskey. Calico Cat gives Andy the opportunity to fully indulge in his pop sensibility. Debut single 'Aimless' was released on April 23rd and 'Reverie EP' on May 7th and are now available. Tom Biggs ~ Tom is an 18 year old solo artist from the south of England. He is a singer/songwriter and writes all of his own music. He plays the Guitar and Drums. He describes his Genre as Acoustic/Folk. He states "From a young age I have always been interested in Music and it has had a massive impact on my life. Artists who have had an influence on my song writing include White Denim, Nick Drake, Bombay Bicycle Club, Manchester Orchestra, Laura Marling, and many moreâ&#x20AC;Ś "We're open through from 11am so pop in after work if you like, we'll be serving light suppers until 8pm. Music starts at 8pm. Entry by suggested donation of Đ&#x2C6;4, please pay at the till before heading upstairs and get your lovely butterfly stamp to show your support for The Art House.

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How to look at Art Art House, Wed 21/11, 7:30 PM Our very own Jani Franck, director at The Art House, artist & creative permission giver, gives a short talk demystifying the process of looking at Art. In this talk, we will look at three of Jani's favourite pieces of art and talk through some of the ideas behind them, the history of the particular artist and art form and explore our own reactions to the work. There will be time for discussion, socialising and networking after the talk. No need to book, just turn up! This event is by Magic Hat donation - please donate Ј3 - Ј5 or whatever you can afford. Arrive by 7.30pm for a prompt start soon after.

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"Nicola Chamberlain" <Nicola.Chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> Course_BFINEF1@solent.ac.uk Course_BFINEF2@solent.ac.uk Course_BFINEF3@solent.ac.uk 11/10/2012 9:13:23 AM Fwd: studio clothes swaps

Sent from my iPhone Begin forwarded message: From: "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 8 November 2012 13:42:02 GMT To: "Nicola Chamberlain" <Nicola.Chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> Subject: Re: studio clothes swaps Hi Nic, Could you please forward this on to people who would be interested? Thanks Libby

STUDIO CLOTHES SWAP There will be a clothes swap in the Fine Art studios on Thursday 15th November from 4-6PM. If you have clothes you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wear or donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want bring them along and swap them for something else. The rules are these: Bring your clothes and lay them out on the table (please make sure they are clean), have a look through the other clothes to see what you lie and pick up what you like. Keep in mind to take only what you will actually wear so that others can also enjoy. This is not a performance but a participation event. There will be cake! From: Nicola C hamberlain Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:51 AM T o: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: studio clothes swaps Hi Libby, Y es, I think this is a great idea! How about next monday (12th November). I can send out an email for you if you send me the content :) Nic x -----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----T o: "Nicola" <nicola.chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 05/11/2012 11:56P M Subject: studio clothes swaps Hey, I would like to put on a clothes swap in the studio. Would you be able to tell me when it would be good timing to do so? So that the most students schedules would be fairly empty? I think the evening might be the best time. Also who would be allowed into the studios for this? Just students who use the building? All Solent students? Or anyone? Thanks Libby

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"Greg Hewitt" <g.hewitt501@gmail.com> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/12/2012 7:54:57 AM Re: Plastic bag petition

Brilliant to hear you're doing this Libby =) Great work! See if you can start a Morsbags Pod!

On Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 11:35 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hello, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Southampton Solent University and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I wondered if you could please make a mention of this anywhere? The signature count has x10 in 4 days and there is a lot of activity on the Facebook event page but it needs to reach 100,000 in a year! I would be very grateful if you could share this in any way possible or even if you could simply put a notice in your staff room about it, it would be greatly appreciated. This is the link to the petition - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if you’d like to share it or know what’s going on with it -

https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby Russell

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"Friends of the Earth Information Team" <isu@foe.co.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/14/2012 12:24:11 PM RE: feedback comment: Other - libzrussell@hotmail.com

Dear Liz Thank you for your interest in Friends of the Earth. We are a relatively small organisation and unfortunately we are unable to sign letters of support for campaigns or projects which we do not work specifically work on. The issue of carrier bags, particularly by supermarkets, is without doubt a big problem, as is over packaging. However, it is far from the only environmental abuse or even the worst in terms of overall impact. Tackling the problem of plastic bags would only make a tiny difference in tackling the UK’s waste crisis. Other measures are needed to reduce waste and increase re-use and recycling. Attempting to win far-reaching reductions in waste, let alone waste going to landfill and incineration is Friends of the Earth's priority. Rather than campaign to reform specific aspects of individual companies' behaviour, Friends of the Earth is campaigning for corporate accountability through wide-ranging legislation. This would directly hit the refusal of suppliers and retailers to address packaging issues, among many others. However a number of our local groups have campaigned on the issue and may be able to help. Your nearest local group is http://www.foe.co.uk/groups/southamptoneastleigh/

Warm wishes Steve Cain | Supporter Information Team

The bear is back! The biggest names in comedy stand up to save the planet. Hammersmith Apollo, Nov 22nd 2012, tickets £25.00.

-----Original Message----From: no_reply@foe.co.uk [mailto:no_reply@foe.co.uk] Sent: 11 November 2012 00:37 To: Friends of the Earth Subject: feedback comment: Other - libzrussell@hotmail.com "Comments: Hello I m doing BA Fine Art at Southampton Solent University and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100 000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I wondered if you could please make a men tion of this anywhere? The signature count has x10 in 4 days and there is a lot of activity on the Facebook event page but it needs to reach 100 000 in a year I would be very grateful if you could share this in any way possible or even if you could simply put a notice in your staff room about it it would be greatly appreciated. This is the link to the petition http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event if you d like to share it or know what s going on with it https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby Russell" "Recipient: info@foe.co.uk" "Title: MISS" "Forename: Libby" "Surname: Russell" "Address: 6 Hardings Lane" "Address: Fair Oak" "Town: Southampton" "Country: UK" "Postcode: SO50 8GL" "Email Address: libzrussell@hotmail.com" "Can send further communication: TICKED" "Web Page: http://www.foe.co.uk/feedbackcomment.html" "Timestamp: 20121111003709" "supporter number: EASTLEIGH" "topic: Other"

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"info UK" <info.uk@greenpeace.org> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/14/2012 12:54:06 PM FW: Form submission from: General Information

Hi Libby Thanks for the email - I will put it on our notice board and suggest you also talk to www.wastewatch.org.uk and www.recyclednow.com and perhaps also see if the students union and alumni folk can help at college? Also I used these key words 'plastic bag free town' into Google and got some good links - try and see what you think! Good luck Issy Griffin Supporter Services Canonbury Villas London N1 2PN 0800 269 065 www.greenpeace.org.uk

-----Original Message----From: webteam.uk@greenpeace.org [mailto:webteam.uk@greenpeace.org] Sent: 11 November 2012 00:50 To: info UK Subject: Form submission from: General Information Submitted on Sunday, 11 November, 2012 - 00:50 Submitted by anonymous user: [2.222.212.66] Submitted values are: Title: Miss First name: Libby Surname: Russell Email: libzrussell@hotmail.com Updates: Telephone number: Your Question: Hello, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Southampton Solent University and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I wondered if you could please make a mention of this anywhere? The signature count has x10 in 4 days and there is a lot of activity on the Facebook event page but it needs to reach 100,000 in a year! I would be very grateful if you could share this in any way possible or even if you could simply put a notice in your staff room about it, it would be greatly appreciated. This is the link to the petition http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if you’d like to share it or know what’s going on with it - https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby Russell

The results of this submission may be viewed at: http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/node/229978/submission/53188

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"HM Government e-petitions" <no-reply-epetitions@digital.cabinet-office.gov.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 10/30/2012 8:55:46 AM HM Government e-petitions: Your e-petition has been published

Dear Libby Russell, Your e-petition "5p charge on single use plastic bags" has now been published. You can view your epetition at: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 You can also share this URL to promote your e-petition or use the social network links available on your e-petition's page. Thanks, HM Government e-petitions http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/16/2012 8:58:43 AM Re: Project

Hi Libby I am actually out of the office, but hopefully below will be a useful summary: - Martin Walton (Uni) was contacted to see whether he could offer financial support from the University Green Impact budget. Unfortunately he is unable to. - Tom Saunders (Uni) was contacted. I believe you have also been in contact with Tom, he may be able to help. If you continue to contact Tom directly he should be able to support you further. - Jamie Ings (SU) may be able to provide you with some quotes for purchasing bags, however these quotes may not be any cheaper than what you have looked at. You might want to get in contact with Kelly Collins, she is the President of the SIFE (Enactus) Society which runs enterprising student projects. She may have some good ideas or the SIFE team may have some other good contacts they could pass on to you. She is a student and contactable on the uni system. Hope that helps! Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle!

-----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: "Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 15/11/2012 10:26PM Subject: Re: Project Hi Laura, Do you mind if I give you a ring tomorrow (Friday) at some point? I would just like to make sense of who has been emailed and figure out what I should do next. Thanks Libby From: Laura Pratt Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 10:15 AM To: Jamie Ings Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: Fw: Project Yes please, a quote on those would be great. I think that is what I meant any way. We paid ÂŁ70 for 100 small canvas bags from SoFair, but I imagine your quote will be a lot cheaper. 12_29_2012


Page 2 Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 10:04AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: Fw: Project Hi Laura, We didn't order tote bags this year, we ordered bio-degradable plastic bags instead. would you like to know what we got for that? I can certainly introduce to the supplier and encourage them to offer a discount. Let me know. thanks,

Jamie Ings Marketing and Communications Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace Southampton SO14 OYN Tel: 023 8031 9440

'Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students'

-----Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 09:38AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Fw: Project Hi Jamie Please could you let me know the quote you received on tote bags for Freshers this year - what was the total cost per bag? A student is looking for our support in buying some tote bags and I wondered whether we managed to get a discount or whether we are friendly with a supplier that could offer us bags at a discount price? Thanks 12_29_2012


Page 3 Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Forwarded by Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent on 31/10/2012 09:36AM ----To: <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 31/10/2012 09:12AM Subject: Project Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell

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"Michael Carr" <michael.carr@dailyecho.co.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/16/2012 9:10:36 AM RE: petition on single carrier bags

Hi Libby! Sorry i couldn’t reply I was on holiday and couldn’t access my work emails at home. Did everything go okay? Yours sincerely Michael Carr From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 13 November 2012 16:37 To: Michael Carr Subject: Re: petition on single carrier bags Hiya, Is the photoshoot still happening tomorrow? Thanks Libby From: Michael Carr Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 9:50 AM To: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: petition on single carrier bags

Hi Liz, I’m Mike and I’m a reporter at the Daily Echo. We are doing a short story on the petition. I was hoping I could have a chat with you about it for a bit of background information and to find out the real inspiration behind the petition and a bit more about yourself. This is my email and my number is 02380424485 or email me back with your number I hope you can get back to me, there’s a possible chance of a picture too – but I’ll find out if we need that. Good luck with the petition. Yours sincerely Michael Carr -------------------------------------------------------------This document is private and confidential. All property, copyright and other rights in it and its contents belong to Newsquest Media Group Limited. It must not be read, copied, disclosed or otherwise used without Newsquest’s authorisation. Newsquest may exercise its legal rights and remedies in the event of any such unauthorised use. Newsquest Media Group Limited. Registered in England, number 3105111. Registered office: 58 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8DP. --------------------------------------------------------------

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"Megan Streb" <food@transitionsouthampton.org> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/16/2012 11:37:43 AM Re: Solent environmental projects and carrier bag legislation

Hi Libby, It was great to meet you the other day. I think the 5p charge would be a great idea. Have you spoken to some of the leading plastic bag groups about this? There's the MSC who also have a list of plastic bag free towns (or those who are at least considering it), http://www.mcsuk.org/what we do/Clean%20seas%20and%20beaches/Campaigns%20and%20policy/Plastic%20bag%20free%20towns Morsbags http://www.morsbags.com/ is an international group where people give out handmade bags and each of those groups I'm sure would be willing to encourage people to sign the petition. In terms of doing things locally, Do you want to write a short piece on this issue that we could put on the website? That would help raise the profile locally. Romsey had a fairly active group for a while, but I'm not sure if they are still running. I'm sure the people are still in Romsey, though, and would appreciate a fresh look at this issue. Here's a bit about them from 2010: http://www.romseyadvertiser.co.uk/news/5059033.Town s really got a handle on plastic bag free shopping/ You might want to get in touch with Transition Romsey as I'm sure a lot of the members overlap. What precisely would you want the funding for? Printing costs for the leaflet? Buying tote bags? If you're looking to purchase tote bags, Solent has taken over the UK side of Vandanamu bags as Vandanamu Ethical Cottons http://www.vandanamu.org/ they might be able to point you in the direction of funding. If you wanted to make bags, there are a few WI groups in the area who might want to join you on this, or the Art House might be willing to run a few workshops encouraging people to make bags. Using the Morsbag model, you might be able to ask for donations of old bed sheets, etc. and then run workshops. You could even have a laptop on hand when you have the workshops so that people could sign the petition online as they take part. Hope this is helpful!! - Megan

On 15 November 2012 22:23, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya Megan, We met last week at the talk at the Art House. I was just wondering if you could think of any funding options or support for my project and also about the projects that might be running that you mentioned. I’m doing BA Fine Art at Southampton Solent University and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. The event I need funding for is to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. The signature count has x10 in 4 days and there is a lot of activity on the Facebook event page but it needs to reach 100,000 in a year! If you do not know of any funding options, would be very grateful if you could share this in any way possible or even if you could simply put a notice in your staff room about it, it would be greatly appreciated. This is the link to the petition -http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if you’d like to share it or know what’s going on with it - https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby Russell

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"Marine Conservation Society" <noreply@mcsuk.org> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/16/2012 5:39:38 PM Marine Conservation Society - enquiry response

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"MCS info" <info@mcsuk.org> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/16/2012 5:46:58 PM Automatic reply: Plastic bag petition

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From: "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> To: libzrussell@hotmail.com Date: 11/16/2012 6:53:06 PM Subject: Argh my phones confusing me! Ur contact us now glitterarti lol How's it going? I have been emailing Megan from transition Southampton about the carrier bag petition and she suggested we run a your bag making workshop at the arthouse and ask for donations of old bedsheets and stuff! I think that's an awesome idea! What do you think? Should I email jani and be all official? =D x Sent from my Windows Phone

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"Jani at The Art House" <jani@thearthousesouthampton.co.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/17/2012 12:13:59 PM Re: Tote bag making workshop

Hi Libby, This sounds great - how soon were you thinking of? Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya Jani! As you may know, as a project for my uni work I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I have been speaking to Megan from transition Southampton about the carrier bag petition and she suggested we run a tote bag making workshop at the Art House to run alongside this project and ask for donations of old bedsheets and stuff! I think that's an awesome idea! What do you think? I have looked at http://www.morsbags.com/, who are dedicated to a plastic bag free planet and have downloaded their tutorial for making a bag This is the link to the petition - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to share it or know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on with it https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby

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"MCS info" <info@mcsuk.org> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/17/2012 4:51:53 PM RE: Plastic bag petition

Hi Libby, Thank you for your email to the Marine Conservation Society, and thank you so much for what you are doing to cut down the number of plastic bags used. It sounds as though you are doing fantastic work. You would be welcome to put your petition link on our Facebook page (link below in the signature), and I will certainly ask my colleagues to sign it – and will do so myself of course. You might like to have a look at our own plastic bags link at http://www.mcsuk.org/what_we_do/Clean%20seas%20and%20beaches/campaigns%20and%20policy/Go%20plastic%20bag%20free (sorry about the long link). Do keep us posted on how your petition is doing. Hopefully by all working together we can achieve a result and cut down on the number of bags given out. Many thanks again for all your hard work – and good luck. Ann

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From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 16 November 2012 5:39 PM To: MCS info Subject: Plastic bag petition Hello, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Southampton Solent University and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay

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Page 2 shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I wondered if you could please make a mention of this petition anywhere? The signature count has x10 in 4 days and there is a lot of activity on the Facebook event page but it needs to reach 100,000 in a year! I would be very grateful if you could share this in any way possible or even if you could simply put a notice somewhere about it, it would be greatly appreciated. This is the link to the petition - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to share it or know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on with it - https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby Russell

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movinghannah <hannah.m.read@gmail.com> Libbly <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/18/2012 12:51:28 AM Reply to your post "Iron"

Hi I have a spare used iron available for collection In Millbrook. Must contact by 10am Sunday as internet stopping. Collection Sunday only as moving Monday. Are you interested? Kind regards Hannah -This is a reply to a Post you made on the Southampton Group titled 'Iron' (Post ID: 25588245) You can close this Post to new replies by marking it as TAKEN/RECEIVED on your 'My Posts' page : http://my.freecycle.org/home/posts

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> "Jamie Ings" <Jamie.Ings@solent.ac.uk> 10/31/2012 9:38:13 AM Fw: Project

Hi Jamie Please could you let me know the quote you received on tote bags for Freshers this year - what was the total cost per bag? A student is looking for our support in buying some tote bags and I wondered whether we managed to get a discount or whether we are friendly with a supplier that could offer us bags at a discount price? Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Forwarded by Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent on 31/10/2012 09:36AM ----To: <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 31/10/2012 09:12AM Subject: Project Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell

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"Hannah Read" <hannah.m.read@gmail.com> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/18/2012 1:51:23 AM Re: Reply to your post "Iron"

Hi Libby Around 10-11 or between 4-5 is best if poss U Can get 18/19 blue line ask for wimpson lane (first stop on those road) Or 2/2a first busses ask for chevron road surgery Both very close. If not available these times let me know what time u can do tnx I'll check with my husband as I'm moving to new place tomorrow. Kind regards Hannah On 18 Nov 2012 01:22, "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya, What sort of time would I be able to pick it up and also do you know which bus goes from town to yours? Thank you very much Libby -----Original Message----- From: movinghannah Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2012 12:51 AM To: Libbly Subject: Reply to your post "Iron" Hi I have a spare used iron available for collection In Millbrook. Must contact by 10am Sunday as internet stopping. Collection Sunday only as moving Monday. Are you interested? Kind regards Hannah -This is a reply to a Post you made on the Southampton Group titled 'Iron' (Post ID: 25588245) You can close this Post to new replies by marking it as TAKEN/RECEIVED on your 'My Posts' page : http://my.freecycle.org/home/posts

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"Tom Saunders" <Tom.Saunders@solent.ac.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/20/2012 11:24:12 AM Re: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student

Hi Libby, Feel free to call me on 07854309235. We will have some funding at some point soon - I'm waiting for my colleague to get back to me, so should have more information soon :) Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk

-----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: <tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 16/11/2012 03:40PM Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Tom, Is there any funding I can get for this project or can I give you ring about it some time today? Thanks Libby From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 9:47 PM To: Tom Saunders Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hiya Tom, This is the initial email I sent to Laura ‘Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell’ It would be great if I could get funding! I have also been emailed UK based tote bag manufacturers to ask if they would give me a certain amount of bags with their logo on as a kind of free advertisement but not being represented by anything it is like getting blood out of a stone. Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Libby Russell From: Tom Saunders Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 10:12 AM 12_29_2012


Page 2 To: Laura Pratt Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Laura, Couldn't see anything about the project idea - could you re-send? I don't think there's anything against it being part of a university course. Kind regards, Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk -----Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Tom Saunders/FBSE/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 09:59AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Tom Please see the project idea from a student below. I am still waiting for details of cost, which will depend on how cheaply our marketing team can get tote bags from a supplier. Could you confirm whether the UnLtd part of the 3-tier funding is allowed to cover projects that are part of a university course? Our funding cannot, however I told the student I would try and explore alternative avenues for her. Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle!

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"Tom Saunders" <Tom.Saunders@solent.ac.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/20/2012 4:53:24 PM Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student

Haha, no it wouldn't progress the grants - I'm just waiting for a confirmation! I'll be in touch soon. Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk

-----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: "Tom Saunders" <Tom.Saunders@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 20/11/2012 03:26PM Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hiya, Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s good! Would calling you progress things or would it be best to wait for your colleague to get back to you? Thanks Libby From: Tom Saunders Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:24 AM To: Libby Russell Subject: Re: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Libby, Feel free to call me on 07854309235. We will have some funding at some point soon - I'm waiting for my colleague to get back to me, so should have more information soon :) Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk

-----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: <tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 16/11/2012 03:40PM Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Tom, Is there any funding I can get for this project or can I give you ring about it some time today? Thanks Libby 12_29_2012


Page 2 From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 9:47 PM To: Tom Saunders Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hiya Tom, This is the initial email I sent to Laura ‘Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell’ It would be great if I could get funding! I have also been emailed UK based tote bag manufacturers to ask if they would give me a certain amount of bags with their logo on as a kind of free advertisement but not being represented by anything it is like getting blood out of a stone. Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Libby Russell From: Tom Saunders Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 10:12 AM To: Laura Pratt Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Laura, Couldn't see anything about the project idea - could you re-send? I don't think there's anything against it being part of a university course. Kind regards, Tom __ Tom Saunders Entrepreneur in Residence Southampton Solent University Mob: 07854 309 235 Email: tom.saunders@solent.ac.uk -----Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Tom Saunders/FBSE/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 09:59AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Environmental project - Financial support for a student Hi Tom Please see the project idea from a student below. I am still waiting for details of cost, which will depend on how cheaply our marketing team can get tote bags from a supplier. Could you confirm whether the UnLtd part of the 3-tier funding is allowed to cover projects that are part of a university course? Our funding cannot, however I told the student I would try and explore alternative avenues for her. 12_29_2012


Page 3 Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle!

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petitions@commonsleader.x.gsi.gov.uk libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/21/2012 10:11:00 AM RE: e-petitions: Feedback received

Dear Ms Russell, Thank you for your message regarding e-petitions. The JSON information is a feature provided by the Government Digital Service who maintain technical aspects of the site. I would recommend contacting them via the webform at http://digital.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/contact/ Yours sincerely Ben Sneddon Assistant Private Secretary (Parliamentary Reform) to the Leader of the House of Commons

-----Original Message----From: HM Government e-petitions [mailto:no-reply-epetitions@digital.cabinet-office.gov.uk] Sent: 19 November 2012 13:18 To: Petitions - Leader of the House of Commons Subject: e-petitions: Feedback received We have received the following feedback from the e-petitions site: Name: Libby Russell Email: libzrussell@hotmail.com Link: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 Response required: YES Comment: Hello, I currently have an on going e-petition with you (http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990). Through your FAQ section on the site I have seen that it should be possible to acces some basic information about the statistics of my petition. Your FAQ suggests that if go to http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/api/petitions/40990.json i can get this information, but only if I have 1000 signatures. As this is a new petition I don't have that many signatures at the moment but would like to use the information the JSON that you would supply to advertise the petition. Could you please suggest any other options I have before I get the 1000 signatures required, other than using the master document, which at 20MB is too large to be of use. Thank you. The original of this email was scanned for viruses by the Government Secure Intranet virus scanning service supplied by Cable&Wireless Worldwide in partnership with MessageLabs. (CCTM Certificate Number 2009/09/0052.) On leaving the GSi this email was certified virus free. Communications via the GSi may be automatically logged, monitored and/or recorded for legal purposes. This email was received from the INTERNET and scanned by the Government Secure Intranet anti-virus service supplied by Cable&Wireless Worldwide in partnership with MessageLabs. (CCTM Certificate Number 2009/09/0052.) In case of problems, please call your organisationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s IT Helpdesk. Communications via the GSi may be automatically logged, monitored and/or recorded for legal purposes. ********************************************************************** This email and any files transmitted with it are intended solely for the use of the individual(s) to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient and have received this email in error, please notify the sender and delete the email. This footnote also confirms that our email communications may be monitored to ensure the secure and effective operation of our systems and for other lawful purposes, and that this email has been swept for malware and viruses.

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"Jani at The Art House" <jani@thearthousesouthampton.co.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/27/2012 2:44:12 PM Re: Fw: Tote bag making workshop

Hi Libby! I was thinking, did you want to run the workshop at the Transition Social perhaps? Otherwise, on a weekend date in December :) Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 2:33 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hey Nina, I emailed Jani on the 17th Nov but haven’t received a reply. Do you have any suggestions you think would help? Thanks Libby x From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2012 12:28 PM To: Jani at The Art House Subject: Re: Tote bag making workshop Thanks for the prompt reply! Soonish would be cool although I’m just thinking about what would be needed. Im thinking I could provide one or two irons, scissors, tape measures and stuff so that people can cut up their materials and iron them out. However, I very much doubt I could get hold of more than one sewing machine for people to sew the bags together or even if I could I’m not sure how well people would get on with them ( I myself am god awful with them), I’m thinking it might be best to have someone who would do the stitching on peoples bags when they’re done (do you know anyone who would be interested in helping?) or get people to hand sew them which may take a little while – what do you think? 12_29_2012


Page 2 Here is the link to the Morsbags website, under the make one tab it shows you how to make one http://www.morsbags.com/ Thanks Libby From: Jani at The Art House Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2012 12:13 PM To: Libby Russell Subject: Re: Tote bag making workshop

Hi Libby, This sounds great - how soon were you thinking of? Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya Jani! As you may know, as a project for my uni work I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I have been speaking to Megan from transition Southampton about the carrier bag petition and she suggested we run a tote bag making workshop at the Art House to run alongside this project and ask for donations of old bedsheets and stuff! I think that's an awesome idea! What do you think? I have looked at http://www.morsbags.com/, who are dedicated to a plastic bag free planet and have downloaded their tutorial for making a bag This is the link to the petition - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to share it or know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on with it https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ 12_29_2012


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"Waste Management" <Waste.Management@southampton.gov.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/27/2012 3:11:00 PM Waste Management Autoresponder Thank you for contacting Waste and Recycling. We aim to reply to your email within three working days. Please do not use â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;replyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to this automatic acknowledgement message. Waste and Recycling, City Depot and Recycling Park, First Avenue, Southampton SO15 0LJ Telephone Actionline 023 8083 3005

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Allotments <allotments@southampton.gov.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/27/2012 3:22:16 PM RE: Composting

Hi Libby We only allow plot holders to compost green waste from their plots on site. There is no communal bin, plot holders have their own compost bins. Properties are able to purchase compost bins at a reduced price form Southampton City Council and compost their food waste. in these. You would need to e mail waste and recycling for any other queries. Thanks Sue

From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 27 November 2012 14:13 To: Allotments Subject: Composting Hello, I was wondering if the allotments on Sandhurst road in the polygon have a composting bin or would accept food waste from any of the households in the area? Is there a scheme for this? I hate to see so much food waste going to landfill. Or do you know if there are any compost schemes in the area? Thanks Libby Russell

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"Enquiries \(Gateway\)" <enquiries@southampton.gov.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 11/27/2012 3:46:56 PM RE: Environmental conservation

Dear Ms Russell Many thanks for your email. We have forwarded it on to Waste Management who will reply within 15 working days. Their direct email address is waste.management@southampton.gov.uk or you can call on 02380 833953 Yours Sincerely

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From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 27 November 2012 14:29 To: Enquiries (Gateway) Subject: Re: Environmental conservation

Hello, I was just wondering about the policy regarding looking for things at the tip/waste disposal areas. Is it allowed? I am a student at Southampton Solent and I am running a project on unnecessary waste, I want to encourage people to find other uses for things they would normally throw away and see how many things are thrown out that still have life left in them. If it is not currently normal practice, would it be at all possible to make an exception in my case under supervision or having signed a disclaimer? Kind regards Libby Russell

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 10/31/2012 9:43:04 AM Re: Project

Hi Libby Your idea sounds great - I am going to try and support you as much as I can. The SU does offer funding support for students to trial enterprising ideas or campaigns, however unfortunately we cannot fund projects that are a direct result of a University assignment. The plain reason is that we are not financially able to support every student, therefore we have to put extra curricular criteria in place. I have attached our funding guidelines for you to review and see how we can't fund you. Despite this, there may be other funding options for us. I have just emailed the SU Marketing and Communications Manager to get his quote from our tote bags during Freshers. We may be able to get a discount or get your quote of £1 a bag reduced. What is the total number of bags you are looking for? Secondly - I will email the University and see whether their Environmental Manager can offer any support. They support the SU with green initiatives which may fall outside of our funding restrictions. Thirdly - I will contact the University Employability and Enterprise Team and see whether this can fit with their funding criteria for enterprising ideas. If all the above fail, we can look into some more solutions! Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: ----To: <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 31/10/2012 09:12AM Subject: Project Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell 12_29_2012


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"Emery, Loretta" <Loretta.Emery@southampton.gov.uk> libzrussell@hotmail.com 11/27/2012 4:05:07 PM RE: Environmental Champ

Hello Thank you for your email regarding the envirochamp programme. I am going on leave for two weeks but when I come back we can see about getting together, a bit of training (health and safety, waste issues) and joining the group who are tackling the polygon area where Solent University live. I have copied this email to Michael Thomas who can help you with your other query about looking at waste at the Household Waste Recycling Centre. Kind regards

Loretta Emery Recycling Officer City Services Southampton City Council City Depot and Recycling Park First Avenue Millbrook Southampton SO15 0LJ Tel: 023 8083 2348 This email is confidential but may have to be disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Data Protection Act 1998 or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. If you are not the person or organisation it was meant for, apologies, please ignore it, delete it and notify us. SCC does not make legally binding agreements or accept formal notices/proceedings by email. E-mails may be monitored

From: Libby Russell [mailto:libzrussell@hotmail.com] Sent: 27 November 2012 15:09 To: Waste Management Subject: Environmental Champ Hello, I am a student at Southampton Solent university studying BA Fine Art. My work is generally based on environmental issues. I would be interested in receiving more information about becoming an environmental champ after reading this webpage: http://www.southampton.gov.uk/s-environment/householdwaste/students how you can help.aspx Also I was wondering about the policy regarding looking for things at the tip/waste disposal areas. Is it allowed? I am running a project on unnecessary waste, I want to encourage people to find other uses for things they would normally throw away and see how many things are thrown out that still have life left in them. If it is not currently normal practice, would it be at all possible to make an exception in my case under supervision or having signed a disclaimer? I have already sent several emails about this and not received a reply. Kind regards Libby Russell

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"Jani at The Art House" <jani@thearthousesouthampton.co.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 12/5/2012 12:32:51 PM Re: Fw: Tote bag making workshop

Hi Libby, It's on Thursday 13 December from 7.30pm, here is the FB event http://www.facebook.com/events/209534135845340/ Let me know asap if you are up for this! Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 7:37 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hi Jani, When is the Transition Social and is there an event page? Thanks Libby From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:10 PM To: Jani at The Art House Subject: Re: Tote bag making workshop Ooo when is that? Is there an event page? Thanks Libby From: Jani at The Art House Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 2:44 PM To: Libby Russell 12_29_2012


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Hi Libby! I was thinking, did you want to run the workshop at the Transition Social perhaps? Otherwise, on a weekend date in December :) Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 2:33 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hey Nina, I emailed Jani on the 17th Nov but haven’t received a reply. Do you have any suggestions you think would help? Thanks Libby x From: libzrussell@hotmail.com Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2012 12:28 PM To: Jani at The Art House Subject: Re: Tote bag making workshop Thanks for the prompt reply! Soonish would be cool although I’m just thinking about what would be needed. Im thinking I could provide one or two irons, scissors, tape measures and stuff so that people can cut up their materials and iron them out. However, I very much doubt I could get hold of more than one sewing machine for people to sew the bags together or even if I could I’m not sure how well people would get on with them ( I myself am god awful with them), I’m thinking it might be best to have someone who would do the stitching on peoples bags when they’re done (do you know anyone who would be interested in helping?) or get people to hand sew them which may take a little while – what do you think? Here is the link to the Morsbags website, under the make one tab it shows you how to make one http://www.morsbags.com/ Thanks Libby From: Jani at The Art House 12_29_2012


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Hi Libby, This sounds great - how soon were you thinking of? Jani ....................... Join our mailing list here: http://arthouse.wufoo.com/forms/join-the-art-house-mailing-list/ Make friends with us on facebook - http://tinyurl.com/arthousefb 'Meet.. Share.. Create.' The Art House Southampton Community Interest Company No. 6577217 178 Above Bar Street, SO14 7DW (023) 80238582 www.thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Read our family friendly and accessibility statement here http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgrn45v4 236chxwd3fr

On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> wrote: Hiya Jani! As you may know, as a project for my uni work I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. I have made an page for this on Facebook as well as an open event so that people can be invited to it. I have also put it on all of my noticeboards at uni and taken it to supermarkets and shops to put in their staff rooms. It has an upcoming article in the Daily Echo newspaper in Southampton and Resource magazine have also shared it. I also have an event planned to give out free tote bags in West Quay shopping centre in Southampton with the petition card attached to it, just waiting on funding. This place is the height of consumerism in Southampton so would be a great place to raise awareness. I have been speaking to Megan from transition Southampton about the carrier bag petition and she suggested we run a tote bag making workshop at the Art House to run alongside this project and ask for donations of old bedsheets and stuff! I think that's an awesome idea! What do you think? I have looked at http://www.morsbags.com/, who are dedicated to a plastic bag free planet and have downloaded their tutorial for making a bag This is the link to the petition - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40990 And the Facebook event, if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to share it or know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on with it https://www.facebook.com/events/450048178374965/ Thank you Libby

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DI <dowsett981@btinternet.com> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 12/6/2012 2:19:57 PM Re: Reply to your post "Iron"

Hy Libby, I live in Bishops Waltham Diane -----Original Message----From: Libby Russell Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2012 1:28 PM To: lubbylugs Subject: Re: Reply to your post "Iron" Hiya! Thank you! where do you live? I may be ok but better to be safe than sorry! Libby x -----Original Message----From: lubbylugs Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2012 8:21 PM To: Libbly Subject: Reply to your post "Iron" I have a steam iron bottoms not very good but still works ok -This is a reply to a Post you made on the Southampton Group titled 'Iron' (Post ID: 25588245) You can close this Post to new replies by marking it as TAKEN/RECEIVED on your 'My Posts' page : http://my.freecycle.org/home/posts

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"Thomas, Michael" <Michael.Thomas@southampton.gov.uk> "Libby Russell" <libzrussell@hotmail.com> 12/6/2012 3:20:50 PM Environmental Champ

Dear Libby Russell I am writing in reply following your recent e-mail to Waste Management and the subsequent reply from Loretta Emery re the Environmental Champions. The second part of your enquiry contained the following: Also I was wondering about the policy regarding looking for things at the tip/waste disposal areas. Is it allowed? I am running a project on unnecessary waste, I want to encourage people to find other uses for things they would normally throw away and see how many things are thrown out that still have life left in them. If it is not currently normal practice, would it be at all possible to make an exception in my case under supervision or having signed a disclaimer? I have already sent several emails about this and not received a reply. This is probably best viewed in two areas one being what we call bulky waste and the other being what we call residual waste. Bulky Waste There are two potential routes for this as follows: Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC) – This is where residents take their bulky household items themselves to be disposed of. There are 26 sites in Hampshire operated by a private contractor Hopkins Recycling Ltd on behalf of Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth City Council and Southampton City Council. Hopkins Recycling Ltd are incentivised to recycle and reuse as many items as they can leading to these sites diverting over 80% of what is delivered away from landfill. Residents can purchase re-usable items on site from the sales area provided on each of the 26 sites. The following link provides information on the HWRC sites in Hampshire: http://www.hopkinsrecycling.co.uk/netley.php Bulky waste collected by the council – The council will also collect bulky waste from resident’s properties but makes a collection charge. The collected items are taken to a waste transfer station where the bulky items are sorted into: Metal items for recycling Fridges for recycling CRTs and TVs for recycling The remaining items are sent for disposal via landfill. However trials have now started to see if some of the remaining bulky items can be turned into a fuel for use in energy generation. With a range of alternative routes to the council’s chargeable bulky collection scheme such a freecycle, local equivalents of freecycle, charity shops and free adds the quality of the items the council picks up is generally poor making reuse difficult. These items are deposited at waste transfer stations prior to bulking up however there are significant health and safety risks associated with examining these materials due to the heavy machinery used at these sites. Speaking to other authorities that have tried to sort these items out for re-use / recycling they found that only a small percentage was suitable. This is the reason the council is undertaking trials on using this material as a fuel. Residual Waste This is collected in wheeled bins and is sent straight for incineration either directly or via a transfer station. This is collected in collection vehicles equipped with compaction and so collected items are subjected to significant crushing making them unsuitable for reuse. I hope the above is of help Regards Michael Thomas Waste Strategy and Disposal Manager City Services Division Environment and Economy Directorate Southampton City Council Tel: 023 8083 2466

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From: "Nicola Chamberlain" <Nicola.Chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> To: Course_BFINEF1@solent.ac.uk Course_BFINEF2@solent.ac.uk Course_BFINEF3@solent.ac.uk Date: 12/10/2012 12:52:42 PM Subject: Fw: Clothes swap Attachments: clothes swap 2.docx Please see below :) -----Forwarded by Nicola Chamberlain/FCIS/Solent on 10/12/2012 12:52PM ----To: "Nicola Chamberlain" <Nicola.Chamberlain@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 10/12/2012 12:22PM Subject: Clothes swap (See attached file: clothes swap 2.docx) Hiya, Here is the new clothes swap letter. Would you mind sending it out to the courses in the studios please? Thanks Libby

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> "Martin Walton" <Martin.Walton@solent.ac.uk> 10/31/2012 9:47:23 AM Environmental Project - funding required

Hi Martin A student has been in contact asking for some support with an environmental project she is running across Southampton to encourage a charge on single use carrier bags, ultimately to reduce the environmental impact this has on the environment. She is asking for support from the Students' Union in promoting this project. I think this is a great idea and would love to help her, it clearly fits our objectives with Green Impact and may help add to the overall portfolio of green University projects. Unfortunately, as the project is part of the students course the SU cannot give her any financial support. We can however assist with the promotion of the project and will endeavour to do so. I wondered whether you will be receiving the grant from NUS/Universities Green Impact this year and, if so, whether you thought we could offer any financial support from that pot to the student? Looking forward to your reply. Kind regards Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Forwarded by Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent on 31/10/2012 09:43AM ----To: <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 31/10/2012 09:12AM Subject: Project Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> "Tom Saunders" <Tom.Saunders@solent.ac.uk> 10/31/2012 9:59:35 AM Environmental project - Financial support for a student

Hi Tom Please see the project idea from a student below. I am still waiting for details of cost, which will depend on how cheaply our marketing team can get tote bags from a supplier. Could you confirm whether the UnLtd part of the 3-tier funding is allowed to cover projects that are part of a university course? Our funding cannot, however I told the student I would try and explore alternative avenues for her. Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle!

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"Jamie Ings" <Jamie.Ings@solent.ac.uk> "Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> 10/31/2012 10:04:23 AM Re: Fw: Project

Hi Laura, We didn't order tote bags this year, we ordered bio-degradable plastic bags instead. would you like to know what we got for that? I can certainly introduce to the supplier and encourage them to offer a discount. Let me know. thanks,

Jamie Ings Marketing and Communications Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace Southampton SO14 OYN Tel: 023 8031 9440

'Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students'

-----Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 09:38AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Fw: Project Hi Jamie Please could you let me know the quote you received on tote bags for Freshers this year - what was the total cost per bag? A student is looking for our support in buying some tote bags and I wondered whether we managed to get a discount or whether we are friendly with a supplier that could offer us bags at a discount price? Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Forwarded by Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent on 31/10/2012 09:36AM ----To: <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> From: Libby Russell <libzrussell@hotmail.com> Date: 31/10/2012 09:12AM Subject: Project Hi Laura, I’m doing BA Fine Art at Solent and my work is based on environmental issues and mass consumption through kind of installation and action. I recently started an online petition to implement a charge on single use carrier bags in England as in Wales. This must get 100,000 in a year to be considered. As part of my work/in support of this petition I have a plan to give out tote bags in West Quay, attached to them; a business card with a link to the petition. It also serves a good purpose in Southampton's’ height area of consumption. The problem I face is buying 100 plus tote bags works out at about £1 per bag and I do not have that to spare.I was wondering if the SU (/Solent) have any tote bags with Solent logo on? Perhaps left over from freshers fair? Or if you have any ideas where I could get some? Or if there is the possibility of a work related grant? Thank you Libby Russell

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"Laura Pratt" <laura.pratt@solent.ac.uk> "Jamie Ings" <Jamie.Ings@solent.ac.uk> 10/31/2012 10:15:09 AM Re: Fw: Project

Yes please, a quote on those would be great. I think that is what I meant any way. We paid £70 for 100 small canvas bags from SoFair, but I imagine your quote will be a lot cheaper. Thanks Laura Pratt Student Involvement Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace, Southampton, SO14 OYN Tel: 02380 319389 Web: www.solentsu.co.uk Twitter: @solentsu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/solentsu Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students Remember the three R's! Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle! -----Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent wrote: ----To: Laura Pratt/Student Union/Solent@Southampton Solent University From: Jamie Ings/Student Union/Solent Date: 31/10/2012 10:04AM Cc: libzrussell@hotmail.com Subject: Re: Fw: Project Hi Laura, We didn't order tote bags this year, we ordered bio-degradable plastic bags instead. would you like to know what we got for that? I can certainly introduce to the supplier and encourage them to offer a discount. Let me know. thanks,

Jamie Ings Marketing and Communications Manager Solent Students' Union East Park Terrace Southampton SO14 OYN Tel: 023 8031 9440

'Solent Students’ Union is a not for profit organisation, all revenue generated is re-invested back in to services for our students'

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