Going green for injured animals

PUPILS from schools in Weston dressed in green to raise money for a worthy cause.

PUPILS from schools in Weston dressed in green to raise money for a worthy cause.

Youngsters at Heron's Moor Primary and Baytree Schools paid to attend class in green clothing and face-paints.

They also brought in food and bedding for Secret World Wildlife Rescue.

Debbie O'Keefe, the charity's fund-raiser, took along a bat, a hedgehog, a snake and Twinkle the Tawny Owl to meet the students.


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Debbie gave a talk about the importance of not littering, as animals can get stuck or injured on rubbish.

The combined total raised by the two schools was about �170.

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