Norfolk children have risen to an environmental challenge, set by King’s Lynn-based Foster Refrigerator with Little Snoring Primary School winning a new Foster refrigerator.
As part of the commercial refrigerator manufacturer’s Green Week, the company asked local schools to get creative with their waste to make works of technological and imaginative genius from old plastic and card in the Foster ‘What a Waste’ competition.
The winning school, Little Snoring Primary School and runner-up Reffley Community School & Nursery received a visit from Foster Refrigerator this week in class assembly.
The ‘What a Waste’ competition was set up as part of Foster’s Green Week and Corporate Social Responsibility mandate to reduce carbon emissions and champion environmental best practice with Little Snoring Primary School receiving a Slimline Foster refrigerator (as the overall winner).
Laura Kirk, head of marketing at Foster Refrigerator says: “A huge thank you to all the schools across the local area for taking part. “We are obviously a very creative region – it is great to see such innovation at such young ages.
“This campaign was all about highlighting once again the importance of looking after our environment, on every scale; from manufacturing, to re-using household waste. The children really took up the mantle – well done to everyone involved for all their hard work.”
The winning tableau from Little Snoring Primary School.