A project between Sayers Croft Trust and Glebelands School in Cranleigh gives pupils the chance to learn about environmental issues. That includes protecting wildlife with friendly plantings, carrying out conservation tasks in the area, and managing waste and water and energy and climate change. Run in the 'gap' between 4 and 6 pm - identified as a time of increased petty crime after school - those taking part are encouraged to spread the word in school about the care and protection of our environment. It won £250 from the High Sheriff Youth Award.


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Glebelands Environmental Project

Awarded Pre-2008