Sandford pupils go green

PUBLISHED: 20:00 27 May 2011

Picture by Theo Moye/Apex 18.05.11 Pupils at Sandford Primary School, Winscombe, North Somerset, do a plant sale to raise money to make their school more sustainable as part of EDF Energy's Green Britain Day. Pictured with teacher and Green Britain Day Organiser Victoria Sheppard are pupils Laurence Mukono, left, Elizabeth Phillips and Ted Bray.

Picture by Theo Moye/Apex 18.05.11 Pupils at Sandford Primary School, Winscombe, North Somerset, do a plant sale to raise money to make their school more sustainable as part of EDF Energy's Green Britain Day. Pictured with teacher and Green Britain Day Organiser Victoria Sheppard are pupils Laurence Mukono, left, Elizabeth Phillips and Ted Bray.

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RUBBISH was fun for a day, as youngsters joined pupils from other North Somerset schools to take part in Green Britain Day.

As part of the day on May 18, pupils and staff dressed in green for the day, took part in a recycling rubbish relay, were given a series of eco-workshops by North Somerset Council’s Sophie Clarke, and gave donations of plants for an after-school plant sale.

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