Sidmouth school in recycling campaign

PUBLISHED: 16:56 11 June 2010 | UPDATED: 14:04 18 June 2010

A SIDMOUTH school is taking part in a campaign encouraging people to recycle more electricals.

A SIDMOUTH school is taking part in a campaign encouraging people to recycle more electricals.

The campaign, organised by Don't let Devon go to Waste, will be launched next week ahead of National Recycling Week from June 21 to 27.

Pupils from All Saints School will encourage residents to take old mobile phones, hairdryers and electrical tools to recycling centres throughout Recycling Week.

They will receive a reward token which can be used to benefit the school - if they collect enough.


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