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Battery Recycling
A reminder to all schools and council offices on how to recycle your batteries, the council has teamed up with ERP to provide this service. All schools and offices with council battery bins will need to phone 08456 852424 for emptying or request via the weblink:
Please leave the container type option on the default setting i.e. cardboard box/up to 25 kg. Please note 20 working days notice is required so please report when container is 3/4 full.
If you do not currently have a battery container you can request one using the following link:

 EcoSchools Twilight course  
10th November 2014
16.00 – 17.30

 A New Outdoor Learning Resource for Carmarthenshire Primary Schools

There is a New, Special Grant Resource for supporting up to 20 Primary Schools in Carmarthenshire to plant trees in their grounds, up until March 31st 2013.

This is an amazing opportunity to engage children in the whole tree planting process, so that they may really take to heart their own small patch of woodland and become proud custodians of a long term learning resource for their school.

Successful Primary School applicants will each receive

  • a pack of native species trees
  • the loan of a tool kit for tree planting
  • planting accessories including tree guards, canes and mulch
  • a new bilingual 10 minute film DVD, proving a practical step-by-step guide on the tree planting process in a school grounds context, with a  simple, clear explanation about how trees work    
  • the services of a specialist tree advisor to give on site information and advice about where to  plant, suitable trees, planting techniques, after care and maintenance.

Carmarthenshire Environment Partnership and the Forest Education Initiative, are providing the Grant funds, with trees supplied by the Woodland Trust.

The Forest Education Initiative Carmarthenshire Cluster Group is administering the grant. For further details and to apply, please contact:

Caz Phillips 
Tel:01834-831997  or 07903-859-515
Email: treemajik@googlemail.com

Expressions of Interest must be received by January 18th  2013 at the latest.



It is International Compost Week between 7th – 11th May and as part of this year’s campaign, Carmarthenshire County Council are offering a free compost bin or wormery to any school that attends our composting workshop.

The workshops will be held at the National Botanic Garden on Thursday,
10th May from 4.00 pm until 5.30 pm. These sessions aim to help you get started or if you have a compost bin or wormery already and are experiencing any problems we will be on hand to provide you with expert advice.

These sessions will help progress on any garden or waste minimisation project as part of your Eco Schools activities.

If you are interested in attending could you please e-mail me as soon as possible please.

Kind regards


Eco Schools Secondary
Quality Circle
28th February 2012
4 o’clock – 5.15
Glan-y-môr Secondary School

Secondary Eco Schools Quality Circle Spring 2012..doc 

Eco Schools Quality Circles -

Twilight Sessions June2011

Dinewfr area  - 21st June 2011
Carmarthen area - 22nd June 2001
Llanelli area - 23rd June 2011

RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch 29th & 30th January 2011

Website - click here

Flag Pole Grant

Keep Wales Tidy has secured a small amount of money from the Royal Bank of Scotland to provide grants for schools to purchase flag poles to fly the International Green Flag. Grants will be awarded on a “first come first serve basis”. The maximum grant will be £200.



A guide to facts and fictions about climate change

The national science academies of the G8 nations and Brazil, China and India, three of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the developing world, have signed a statement on the global response to climate change.

The Royal Society is so concerned about the junk science that is being produced to challenge climate change that it has produced this valuable guide to facts and fictions about climate change. More......

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