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Environment Project 

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Rebecca had the best fun doing the projects for the community and also felt very proud of her garden and sign and said she is proud of the kids in the community that came together to make things a little brighter for everyone and would love to take part in something else  I think her big sister was talking to her about it lol x

My son loved taking part in the community projects. From building and caring for his own little garden to designing, creating and coloring in a poster which has now been turned in to a proper sign and displayed in the village. His eyes lit up all proud of himself when he saw his sign 

Our resilience group have been fantastic in all that they have done for us all. The kids activities were fantastic and they all seemed to thoroughly enjoy having the opportunity to contribute to the villages  xx

Leylah loved getting involved with the both projects she done. Leylah had to go into shielding earlier & for longer due to her heart condition. The group also dropped a big bag of activities off Paints. Etc. She’s still using them today there was so much  myself and my sister enjoyed doing the projects with leylah too. As we isolated together. We would love to be involved with something within the community again. Also doing these wee projects helped keep things as “normal” as possible during the lockdown  she gets so many comments when people see her wee dragonfly garden out the front of the house

Over the lockdown period the resilience group held a number of projects to help with children's mental health and physical wellbeing. 

The projects were designed in a way which would promote children being active out-doors as well having a message for the wider community and promoting community ownership. 

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The kids recycle garden challenge was aimed at pre-school and primary school children. 

Children were tasked to design and build a garden using recycled / waste products from around the house.  

All the young people taking part were then given a selection of mixed plants including herbs, annuals and perennials.

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The kids recycle garden challenge was aimed at pre-school and primary school children. 

Children were tasked to design and build a garden using recycled / waste products from around the house.  

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Our anti-litter campaign was aimed at all primary school kids. 

During the lockdown period a number of local residents used their daily exercise to pick up all the litter from the village. 

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All children taking part in the campaign were given an A3 poster pack and asked to design an anti-litter poster.  All the posters were collected and printed onto aluminum signs and displayed around the village. 

We believe this has given our young people a sense of pride and community ownership, and overall, its has given them a positive and productive memory to look back on. 

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