Nailsea School students appeal for your votes

PUBLISHED: 18:00 04 October 2015

Pupils from the DEN group at Nailsea School making posters to encourage people to vote for the solar panel scheme.

Pupils from the DEN group at Nailsea School making posters to encourage people to vote for the solar panel scheme.

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A green group from Nailsea School is appealing for people to vote for their school to win solar panels.

The school, in Mizzymead Road, has been shortlisted for a share of £400,000 for green energy projects.

Nailsea School submitted a bid to the Marks and Spencer Community Energy Fund for £20,000. The scheme will save the school money and help pupils see how energy is collected.

The Development Engagement with Nature (DEN) group at the school have made posters to encourage people to support the scheme by voting here
Voting closes today (Wednesday) at midnight.


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