PUPILS from Frodsham, Helsby and Kingsley have helped create a publication about looking after the environment.
Vale Royal Goes Green, a council funded collection of case studies about their experiences in planning and running Eco-Days, includes Helsby Horns Mill Primary, Frodsham Primary and Kingsley St John’s.
Cllr Mark Stocks, lead councillor for environmental policy in the former Vale Royal Borough Council, said: “While the final output will be this publication, the long-lasting legacy will be the learning by schools and their students, and ultimately the impact the Vale Royal Goes Green initiative has on long-term sustainability of the planet.”
About 20 schools from the Vale Royal area took part in the project.
It involved holding an Eco-Day where pupils had the opportunity to learn about sustainable issues both locally and globally using teaching resources from Cheshire Development Education Centre.
For more information contact Cheshire Development Education Centre on email@example.com.