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Edward Worlledge messy task

PUBLISHED: 18:04 21 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:58 03 July 2010

Edward Worlledge children clear out their school pond

Edward Worlledge children clear out their school pond

YEAR 5 children at Edward Worlledge Junior School undertook a rather messy task clearing out the school's pond.

Having noticed the drink cartons, crisp packets and other rubbish that met a watery end, pupils spent their lunchbreaks tidying up the pond, which has become home to a couple of mallards.

YEAR 5 children at Edward Worlledge Junior School undertook a rather messy task clearing out the school's pond.

Having noticed the drink cartons, crisp packets and other rubbish that met a watery end, pupils spent their lunchbreaks tidying up the pond, which has become home to a couple of mallards.

The children are appealing for any unwanted fishing nets as the ones they currently have holes in them.

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