Leigh Park Pupils have some ghoulishly good fun

ALL DRESSED UP ACSO's Shaun McDuff, Andrew Purtill, Clare Temple, Matthew Knight and team leader Jason Bellman. Front, from left, Chloe Mathias, Kieron Parslow, Lloyd Hoile, and Levi Stevens.  Pictures: Malcolm Wells (113703-2703)
ALL DRESSED UP ACSO's Shaun McDuff, Andrew Purtill, Clare Temple, Matthew Knight and team leader Jason Bellman. Front, from left, Chloe Mathias, Kieron Parslow, Lloyd Hoile, and Levi Stevens. Pictures: Malcolm Wells (113703-2703)
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YOUNGSTERS at Front Lawn Junior School had ghoulishly good fun learning how to stay safe over Halloween and Bonfire Night.

Fifteen pupils at the Leigh Park school have been chosen to join the Junior Community team set up by Hampshire County Council to make a difference to their local neighbourhoods.

The youngsters are on a mission to make things safer in their area and joined the county’s community team to learn how to do it.

They were shown how to keep safe when around fireworks and what to do and what not to do on Halloween.

Year six pupil, Kieron Parslow, aged 10, said: ‘It was really good fun.

‘We did marshmallow bobbing and face painting.

‘We’ve also got our own uniform and it feels really grown up.’

Among the pupils’ objectives is to stop graffiti and littering among schoolchildren.