Keep Clevedon Clean winners
THOUGHTFUL children were rewarded for their involvement in a new Clevedon initiative.
Youngsters at schools in the town were asked to design a poster to encourage people to put their litter in the bin as part of the Keep Clevedon Clean scheme, which was sponsored by the Times.
Six lucky winners, pictured here, were chosen and were rewarded with WHSmith vouchers for their efforts.
Set up by members of Clevedon PACT, a group made up of residents, police officers and councillors, the Keep Clevedon Clean project is aimed at encouraging people to look after the area they live in and on Saturday saw people taking part in a litter pick around the town.
The prize winners were:
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- Teigan Treanor, a pupil at St John Primary School.
- Isabel Riggott, a pupil at St John Primary School.
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- Daisy Bamford, a pupil at St Nicholas Chantry Primary School.
- Freddie Trevelyan, a pupil at Mary Elton Primary School.
- Jessica Lifton, a pupil at Clevedon School.
- Amelia Hancock, a pupil Mary Elton Primary School.