Pupils’ recycled fashion

Pupils with their tie-dye t-shirts.

Pupils with their tie-dye t-shirts. - Credit: Archant

BIN liners, plastic bags and newspapers filled the catwalk at a Nailsea school as youngsters put on a recycled fashion show.

Pupils with clothes made from plastic bags, foil and newspapers.

Pupils with clothes made from plastic bags, foil and newspapers. - Credit: Archant

Pupils from Golden Valley Primary School created dresses, hats, skirts and accessories using unwanted materials and turned them into quirky outfits.

Youngsters also made tie-dye T-shirts to add a little colour to their outfits. The creative students then put on a fashion show to display their innovative designs.


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