After all, keeping you safe and balanced is what Balance From is all about. Manual: Easy to read manual and easy to use design. Runs on 2 AAA batteries (2 trial AAA batteries are included for your convenience). Youngest pupil in the school Millie Cuts the Ribbon with Mrs Anne Wylie (Image: Irvine Herald)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailCastlepark Primary’s new recycled playground was unveiled this week.Following a hard fought national competition to secure public votes, the playground made from reprocessed plastic was revealed to the community.Castlepark was one of only five schools in Scotland to reach the final, with the staff and pupils’ efforts capturing the imagination of the wider community.On Tuesday the playground was presented to the school with children, parents and representatives from Febreze, Fairy, Terracycle, Tesco and North Ayrshire Council attending.The school’s impressive efforts, spearheaded by eco coordinator Anne Wylie and the parents council, engaged staff and pupils as well as families and friends from all around the world.Headteacher Elynn Crone said: ”We are very excited to be unveiling our new sustainable playground.”Our community, from parents and carers to pupils, has worked so hard to inspire everyone to vote. We knocked on doors, emailed and gave out leaflets.”It is such a rewarding experience for our young people. Their hard work paid off.”Artist unveils portrait project featuring 49 familiar Irvine facesThe recycled plastic playground adds to the school’s sustainability credentials as Castlepark has its own eco committee and is listed on Terracycle’s local public collection points for items that are regularly sent to landfill, such as air fresheners, home cleaning product trigger heads, baby food pouches and used pens.(Image: Irvine Herald)Councillor John Bell, cabinet member for education, said: “The young people, staff and everyone involved put in so much work and we are sure they will love their new playground.”The pupils have not only learnt about recycling and the environment but also about the community spirit and working as a team.
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