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Trash Pack help schools with recycling campaign

Over 300 schools encompassing 75,000 children are taking part.
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The Trash Pack Recycling Campaign has been met with huge response from schools for the second year running.

Over 300 schools encompassing 75,000 children have been successful in their bid to take part in the campaign, and will receive their Trash Pack kits this week. 

The campaign comprises of a Teacher’s Pack full of Trash Pack inspired notes, lesson ideas tying in with the National Curriculum and more.

Pupils will also have the chance to send in their own Trash Pack Recycling Superhero poster, to win equipment for their schools, as well as their own series 3 Trashie.

Anne-Marie Noon, Marketing Manager of GP Flair, said: “Once gain we are thrilled with the response we have had from schools for the Trash Pack Recycling Campaign.

“Kids love everything gross and have really engaged with the Trash Pack brand, so for us at Flair it is a great platform to be able to teach kids all about the benefits of recycling whilst still bringing an element of fun in a totally Trashie way.”

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