Saturday, 23 September 2017

Science finalists

TWO primaries are bidding to win the Henley Schools Environmental Science Competition.

TWO primaries are bidding to win the Henley Schools Environmental Science Competition.

Badgemore Primary School and Trinity Primary School will both give presentations at the awards ceremony next month. Badgemore’s entry is about a school soil project while Trinity’s is called “Let the sunshine work for Trinity”.

The certificates, cash prizes and the HSESC Trophy will be presented by the Mayor Lorraine Hillier, guest speaker and town councillor Stefan Gawrysiak and chairman Andrew Hawkins. The awards ceremony will take place at the River & Rowing Museum on June 3 from 4pm. All are welcome.

The competition, which takes place every two years, is organised by Henley in Transition and the Henley Wildlife Group and is sponsored by Henley Educational Trust, Henley Town Council and RPS Energy.



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