LILLEY SEES 'RECYCLING FOR LEARNING' AT ROUNDWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL

- Tuesday, 12th June 2007

 

Peter Lilley, MP for Hitchin and Harpenden, visited Roundwood Primary School on Friday 8th June to celebrate their enrolment in the Recycling for Learning scheme.

Pupils took part in an interactive presentation on how paper from their classrooms could be recycled in the Paper Trail Mill in Frogmore, Hertfordshire, so that it could be reused in schools.

Peter said, "It is good to see local children learning about recycling at school. I urge other schools to join the Recycling for Learning scheme.”

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NOTES FOR EDITORS:

1) THE ATTACHED PHOTO SHOWS THE RT HON PETER LILLEY MP WITH PUPILS FROM THE ROUNDWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL

2) FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE RECYLING FOR LEARNING SCHEME CONTACT:

HUGO VAN KEMPEN,
EDUCATION OFFICER,
THE APSLEY PAPER TRAIL,
hugovankempen@thepapertrail.org.uk,
MOB: 0870 9509272.

 

 

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