Thanks to a Tesco Community grant on 2nd July we took our Bright New Future Roadshow to St Mary’s CoE Primary School in Pulborough where we share our vision of the bright future with 133 Early Years and KS1 pupils and their teachers.

Full story following shortly…………………

This is what the children and eco lead said about their day:

“I loved learning about food chains – that was fun!”  Lucy, Year 1 
“Thank you for helping our Eco Council come up with more fun and exciting projects.”  Mae, Year 6
“I hope I can do that again!” Dilan, Reception class
“Thank you so much to Carrie, Clive, Nicola and Morag. Your approach with our pupils was so appealing! They came away thoroughly informed and with a genuine desire to want to take action to protect our precious Earth. The outdoor, festival-like (yet perfectly safe) ‘set’ was an inspiring and welcoming environment for our young ones who have endured so much during the pandemic – thank you. I will definitely be in touch with you about returning for KS2 round 2!” 
Mrs Hubble, Year 1 teacher & Eco Council Leader

Supported by

We are grateful to Horsham District Council and Sussex Community Foundation for grants to help us get our Inspiration Eco Station (1974 retrofitted milk float) on the road! And to Tesco Community Grant which enabled us to take the roadshow to work with Kingslea School. Learn more about this grant here.

And finally to Universal Trailers in Coneyhurst for lending us a trailer when we need to transport the float beyond its range, we did not in this instance!