Young Bajan Summer campers learn about recycling, thanks to British HC

In the last week of the Helping Hands summer camp’s programme of activities, almost fifty young campers and their counsellors visited the British High Commission and the High Commissioner’s Residence to learn about climate change, recycling and sustainable living.

Helping Hands group with Deputy British High Commissioner Phil Culligan

Joining forces with the Future Centre Trust, the High Commission staff entertained the youngsters with storytime, featuring FCT characters Bri the humming bird and Luk the polar bear. They then had a fun recycling Olympics, sorting out plastics, metals and glass into receptacles, before being treated to a picnic lunch.

Beforehand, the group spent an hour at the High Commission offices watching the highlights of the recent Olympic Games which took place in London.

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