Well done to all our entrants to Week 5 of our Litter Less Challenge at home – a special well done to Zara and Ava who have been sending in entries every single week and a very warm welcome to Elsie, Lottie and John who are entering for the first time!
For the Green House, we had Zara and Ava being litter heroes and picking up litter around Craigavon Lakes, as well as Elsie, Penny and Lottie who were busy upcycling old bottles to make bird feeders. Brilliant work girls J
For the Blue House, we had Sarah who was very busy upcycling and making a fantastic dog rescue shelter and kennel.
Finally for the Red House, we had John who put some old milk cartons to excellent use by planting some sunflowers, geraniums and poppies – all beautiful flowers that the birds will love.
Current totals are:
Green House = 180 points
Blue House = 50 points
Red House = 100 points
Yellow House = 80 points
So the Green House are definitely running away with the lead but there is still one week left – make sure you email your entries to Mrs Craig before Friday 26th March to earn some last minute house points. Your entries could make a huge difference to the totals!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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