Recycle more, schools urged

28th October 2005 at 01:00
Members of Monmouthshire youth council are to be consulted about the county's budget plans for education in the new year. Youngsters met the chief executive and county councillors earlier this month to discuss recycling and transport. They suggested schools should be provided with recyclingboxes to encourage them to do more.

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