Behold - it's the designer trolley dollies

PUBLISHED: 09:19 02 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:40 15 June 2010

The trolleys

The trolleys

AS a campaign is put together to make Honiton a plastic bag-free zone, residents are being encouraged to shop locally and keep fit at the same time.

AS a campaign is put together to make Honiton a plastic bag-free zone, residents are being encouraged to shop locally and keep fit at the same time.Ottery Healthy Living, which supports the British Heart Foundation, is promoting Rolser designer shopping trollies - to encourage more people to go 'green'.The trendy trollies were featured on national television last week and Michele Heywood and Sandra Cotterill, of Ottery Healthy Living, were demonstrating their light-weight design in Honiton on Wednesday.The women are looking for local sales outlets for the trollies and have approached, among others, Honiton Tourist Information Centre.Sandra said: "Everyone is saying 'Don't use plastic bags', but other methods of carrying shopping can be difficult."The Rolser does it all in one go and can hold up to 18 kilos."Although the recommended retail price of a patterned Rolser is £57, Ottery Healthy Living is selling them for £39.95. Plain versions are cheaper.For further information about Ottery Healthy Living, call 07984869498 or 07837466956.Watch this space for further information about the plastic bag-free zone campaign.Find out more about the Rolser by visiting the TIC in Honiton.


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