Roadshow makes visit to Bromley shores
PUBLISHED: 15:07 27 October 2010
Primary schoolchildren were treated to an undersea adventure when they were visited by giant inflatable sea creatures.
Youngsters at Southborough Primary School, in Southborough Lane, Bromley, enjoyed a visit by the Cool Seas Roadshow last Thursday after year-three pupil Brooke Walsh won a national competition to build a sea monster out of rubbish, to highlight the problem of seaside pollution.
Andy Starbuck and his team from the Marine Conservation Society brought with them life-size models of a basking shark, leatherback turtle and dolphins.
The visit was made possible thanks to the Conservation Society’s sponsor, Sea France ferries, which has spearheaded the national beach clean campaign.
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