Around 150 people attend two events hosted by a Borders primary school which aimed to change behaviour towards single use items in their community.

The events on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 September 2018, was hosted by Stow Primary’s 100 Disrupters Group, with each class presenting actions they have undertaken to improve sustainability and help the local environment.

The school was one of 119 groups and individuals awarded funding through 100 Disrupters – a competition from The Hunter Foundation (THF) open to young people up to the age of 26 who are “positively disrupting” Scotland.

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