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Woodlands Primary's Earth Hour

PUBLISHED: 10:29 03 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:34 03 July 2010

Woodlands Primary School children support Earth Hour.

Woodlands Primary School children support Earth Hour.

Woodlands Primary School in Bradwell supported the WWF's Earth Hour, a global event on Saturday when people, businesses and cities around the world switched off their lights for one hour with the aim of sending a powerful signal to global leaders, that they must take urgent action to tackle climate change.

Woodlands Primary School in Bradwell supported the WWF's Earth Hour, a global event on Saturday when people, businesses and cities around the world switched off their lights for one hour with the aim of sending a powerful signal to global leaders, that they must take urgent action to tackle climate change.

Woodlands joined 841 other schools across the UK in signing up to WWF's Earth Hour and pupils took part in assemblies to highlight climate change.


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