William Penn School 13th in National biscuit wrapper recycling competition

Biscuit wrapper recycling postersHot news…. William Penn Primary School comes 13th in a UK wide biscuit wrapper recycling competition!

Sussex Green Living have been working with the William Penn Primary School in Coolham to launch and establish their TerraCycle recycling schemes, more information can be seen here. One of the waste resources they can recycle is sweet biscuit wrappers. The recycling scheme is sponsored by Mc Vitie’s, here are the competition results from TerraCycle……

Grand Prize Winner and our Biscuit Wrapper Roundup Champions are Wooler First School in Wooler - Congratulations! They have won 25,000 TerraCycle points in their TerraCycle account, redeemable for a £250 contribution to the school or charity of their choice and a McVitie’s Hamper full of biscuits!

First Runner Up running a very close second were Womans Aid Charity Shop in Grimsby - Well done! They have won 15,000 points in their TerraCycle account, redeemable for a £150 contribution to the school or charity of their choice and a McVitie’s hamper.

Our 3rd to 10th placed winners will each receive 5,000 TerraCycle points, redeemable for £50 to their chosen charity, school or non-profit organisation

  • 3rd PreemiesUK in Droitwich
  • 4th NSPCC in North Lancing
  • 5th Steps n Stetsons in Reading
  • 6th Puddleducks in Stroud
  • 7th Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Y Castell in Caerphilly
  • 8th SYESSR in Sheffield
  • 9th Ann Hodnett in Sittingbourne
  • 10th Histiocytosis Research Trust in Tuxford

Our 11th to 20th placed winners will each receive 2,000 TerraCycle points, redeemable for £20 to their chosen charity, school or non-profit organisation

  • 11th St Margarets Church of England Primary School in Solihull
  • 12th 1st Thornbury Brownies in Bristol
  • 13th William Penn School in Billingshurst
  • 14th Rudgwick Youth Centre in Horsham
  • 15th Sustainable Crediton in Crediton
  • 16th All Saints Church in Westgate-on-Sea
  • 17th Sheringham Baptist Church in North Walsham
  • 18th Bessacarr Primary School in Doncaster
  • 19th Waunarlwydd School in Swansea
  • 20th Marion Haworth in Shrewsbury

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