Achar­a­cle

The Oban Times - - Districts -

ACHAR­A­CLE Pri­mary School is col­lect­ing plas­tic bot­tles in its lat­est ef­fort to go green.

The school is try­ing to build a green­house but needs a lit­tle bit of help in col­lect­ing the two-litre bot­tles re­quired for the eco friendly struc­ture.

Lind­say Bradley, who is as­so­ci­ated schools head teacher of Achar­a­cle, Ard­gour and Kil­choan pri­maries, said the pro­ject is be­ing overseen by a vol­un­teer par­ent who runs Acharachle’s eco com­mit­tee and the school’s jan­i­tor.

Lochaber En­vi­ron­men­tal Group (LEG) went to the school to start the pro­ject and plans to re­turn when it is com­ing to a close.

The eco com­mit­tee said: ‘We need your help. At the end of last sum­mer we started build­ing our plas­tic bot­tle green­house.

‘The LEG team is com­ing back to school to help us get this fin­ished.

We would like to do this in time for spring plant­ing.

‘But we need lots and lots of two-litre plas­tic bot­tles. If you can send your bot­tles to the school, that would be great. If you are un­able to drop bot­tles in to the school and need us to pick them up, call us.’

Pupils from Achar­a­cle Pri­mary School could do with a bit of help to com­plete their wa­ter bot­tle green­house pro­ject.

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