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02 December 2011

School pupils enjoy environmental health fair
More than 350 children from schools in Borehamwood and Elstree descended on the civic offices of Hertemere Borough Council for an interactive environmental health fair today

The event, which is in its 15th year, had a number of stalls teaching children about health and the environment in the area.

Stalls at the event had displays about healthy eating, hygiene, recycling and a box where children were encouraged to scream as loud as the can, teaching them about noise pollution.

All the stalls had interactive elements to help teach pupils, including one stall with live insects for children to hold, which proved to be one of the most popular displays.

Yvette Statham, from the council and who co-ordinated the event said: The idea of the fair is to make something that seems boring to learn about and make it more exciting for the children.

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