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14 March 2012

Pupils eager to see the fruits of their recycling work
Youngsters at Lethbridge Primary School in Old Town have been keeping an eye on their teachers and their recycling habits this week.

It is all part of National Waste Week and the school hopes to achieve its Eco-Schools Bronze Award by Friday.

The pupils have already been paid a visit by a member of the waste department from Swindon Council who talked to them about recycling in and around the town.

Meanwhile, the children have been learning about how to make their lunchboxes eco-friendly.

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