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School’s on board!

Schools are getting into Ecobricking this month, Its created a lot of interest with children from 3-16 getting  involved:

At Our Lady of Mount Carmel Infants in Blackley (above)  the children are learning about  recycling and are thinking of making a bird table with their gabion mesh cube . WATCH THIS SPACE

Longshaw Nursery school in Blackburn has built an impressive Ecobrick Station, many thanks to  Lisa , Reece for encouraging this great initiative. The planter gabion will soon be filled with mini and maxi Ecobricks ready for planting some veg .WATCH THIS SPACE


St Peters Primary school at Middleton have just started with their rectangular gabion cage and will be filling this in the coming weeks. WATCH THIS SPACE


At St Cecilia’s High School at Longridge  In November Bob gave a presentation on Laudato Si finishing with an Ecobrick session . The Eco Chaplain Team lead by Mrs Warrilow  and Mr Duffy are planning something special for outdoors.  WATCH THIS SPACE!!

St Cecilias Ecobricks

At St. Mary’s Clayton Le Moors, we begin our outdoor classroom project building six desks and twelve benches out of the mesh cages which will be filled with ecobricks. This is a community project and will engage not just the school children but also families, members of the church and the wider community. WATCH THIS SPACE!!


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