STAFF from a green award-winning touring park will be taking a tour of North Devon primary schools this week to give youngsters top tips on how they and they can start looking after the environment at home. As part of a new campaign, Dawn and Martin Fletc

STAFF from a green award-winning touring park will be taking a tour of North Devon primary schools this week to give youngsters top tips on how they and they can start looking after the environment at home.As part of a new campaign, Dawn and Martin Fletcher of the Hidden Valley, near Knowle, have devised a competition for six to 10-year-olds. Pupils can enter pictures or short stories based on what they could do to make a difference to saving the planet."Many youngsters are already well-informed and active when it comes to recycling, saving energy and water, so we want the school children to demonstrate the ways in which they can make a difference," said Dawn. The competition is also open to children between six and 10 from across the region. Entry details are at: www.hiddenvalleypark.com/site/hidden-valley/green-competition