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Eco-Interactors receive the Rodney Huggins Award from Rotary International Environment Group


The Long Eaton School Eco-Interactors have yet again won another prestigious award for their work protecting the environment and improving the flora and fauna around the Long Eaton area.

A certificate and cheque for £125 was presented to Daisy Kelsey (Interact President) by Barbara James, Rotary Interact Officer.  The money will go towards an environmental project chosen by the Long Eaton School’s Eco-Interactors.

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