Roadshow makes visit to Bromley shores

PUBLISHED: 15:07 27 October 2010

Brooke Walsh Äì competition winner

Brooke Walsh Äì competition winner


Primary schoolchildren were treated to an undersea adventure when they were visited by giant inflatable sea creatures.

Tom Stevenson, Arran Ashlee, Courtney Jewett-Ricketts, Bailey Bensley-Jenner (with a basking shark)

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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