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Two days for thinking green

PUBLISHED: 11:45 10 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:28 05 July 2010

Kirkley High School's Big Green Foot Lunchtime Club members Kurtis Brown and Elliot Wilson take part in a two day event dedicated to green issues next week

Kirkley High School's Big Green Foot Lunchtime Club members Kurtis Brown and Elliot Wilson take part in a two day event dedicated to green issues next week

STUDENTS from Kirkley High School's Big Green Foot Lunchtime Club will be taking part in a two day event dedicated to green issues next week.

On Thursday> and Friday the Kite Media Centre will host an event which aims to raise awareness and emphasise the important of the environment.

STUDENTS from Kirkley High School's Big Green Foot Lunchtime Club will be taking part in a two day event dedicated to green issues next week.

On Thursday> and Friday the Kite Media Centre will host an event which aims to raise awareness and emphasise the important of the environment.

Thursday is for community groups and will feature representatives from Sustainable Bungay, Wenhaston Community Group and Bright Green.

Friday is for businesses with a focus on “how to green your bottom line”. Adnams will headline the day and there will be presentations from Earth and Reed and the Environment Agency.

There will also be an opportunity to look at the green screen and television suite in the purpose-built media centre and explore “green” marketing.

The two-day event complements the student's current attempts to reduce the school's carbon footprint, which includes an energy audit of the premises and research into alternative forms of energy.

Booking is essential for the event. For further details and to book call 01502 525365 or e mail cheryl.w@kitemediacentre.com


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