GP Flair reveals schools recycling promo winner

First-prize pupil wins £500 of equipment for her school; 75,000 students take part.
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GP Flair has named the winner of its 2013 Trash Pack schools recycling campaign.

Cerys Brett, a pupil of St James Primary School in Oxfordshire, scooped first place out of over 75,000 students in the nationwide competition to design a Trash Pack poster.

Brett was awarded first prize by judges with her 'Clean Jean the Recycle Queen' design and strapline of 'Don't Be Mean, Keep Streets Clean.'

Her school will also be awarded £500 of school equipment for the winning design.

The 2013 competition was the second national recycling campaign from GP Flair and encouraged pupils across the UK to take recycling seriously with Trash Pack teacher's packs and lesson ideas.

Hundreds of the collectable 'The Trash Pack' was sent to to schools to help kids kick start their collections while promoting the message.  Read the ToyNews coverage here.

Mercedes Perez Munoz, product manager, GP Flair, said: "We were delighted with the response from the Trash Pack campaign and thought that Cery's design was inventive as well as thoughtful.

"We've received lots of positive feedback from schools who have thoroughly enjoyed the campaign, fully engaged with the brand and who felt that the teachers' kits and activities brought a positive experience to the classroom in a totally Trashie way."

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