Pollok little children plant seeds of accomplishment in green Task Force extend Glasgow Evening Times

“TODDLERS from Pollok Childrenu2019s Centre have become the first children in the city to complete their Environmental Task Force Schoolu2019s Charter Challenges.
As our Streets Ahead campaign continues to gather steam heading into spring, 35 schools have signed up to the Charter, pledging to complete at least three environmental activities a year to improve and enhance their local areas.
The Evening Times Streets Ahead campaign, supported by Glasgow City Council, City Charitable Trust, Scottish Fire and Rescue and City Building, aims to encourage people to work together to improve their communities.
Pollok Childrenu2019s Centre is the first to earn a plaque and a raised bed made from recycled wood in honour of their hard work.
The nurseryu2019s Eco-Committee has created a Hungry Caterpillar pocket garden – based on the well-known childrenu2019s book – as well as carrying out two litter picks. The youngsters are growing shallots and edible berries in their garden as well as pollinator plants for bees and insects.”

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