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01 May 2012

Would you like to win a £10,000 eco-garden for your school?
Viking for Schools and the Support Your School recycling scheme are joining forces to invite budding artists, up to and including 11 years of age, to design and briefly describe their very own Little Litterbug using Viking's downloadable entry form.

A Little Litterbug is a machine or creature that can recycle general classroom waste and turn it into something that can be re-used within the classroom environment.

Not only will your pupils have the chance to put their creative skills to the test, but through the competition they will have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of recycling and the environment.

The designs should be imaginative but also practical with a focus on the environment and the most inventive ways in which the creature or machine can recycle the rubbish we put in the bin every day.

The winning design will be chosen by a representative from the Support Your School scheme.

Deadline for entries is 20th July.

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