Four of the Best

Four schools have received special awards from Lancashire County Council as part of a campaign to encourage green and healthy activities.

Four schools have received special awardsfrom Lancashire County Council as partof a campaign to encourage green andhealthy activities.The Chairman’s Challenge primaryschool title went to Fulwood St Peter’s. Inthe special/short stay category, AstleyPark were named champions. Thesecondary school title went to LostockHall Academy and the family involvementchampions were Pinfold Primary,Scarisbrick.The finalists went to County Hall tomake a presentation in front of the judgesand the winning schools received �1,000towards their activities.Now in its eighth year, the Chairman’sChallenge encourages pupils, schools andfamilies to come up with innovative ideasto make their school healthier, greenerand safer.Geoffrey Roper, the county councilchairman, congratulated all the schools.The judges included Jeremy Gorick, theHigh Sheriff of Lancashire.Four schools have received special awards from Lancashire County Council as part of a campaign to encourage green and healthy activities.The Chairman’s Challenge primary school title went to Fulwood St Peter’s. In the special/short stay category, Astley Park were named champions. The secondary school title went to Lostock Hall Academy and the family involvement champions were Pinfold Primary, Scarisbrick.The finalists went to County Hall to make a presentation in front of the judges and the winning schools received �1,000 towards their activities.Now in its eighth year, the Chairman’s Challenge encourages pupils, schools and families to come up with innovative ideas to make their school healthier, greener and safer.Geoffrey Roper, the county council chairman, congratulated all the schools. The judges included Jeremy Gorick, the High Sheriff of Lancashire.

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