Fun-filled and eco-friendly

Left to right: Maria Mason from Food Cycle, Cllr Lynn Stagg, Cllr 'Donna Jones, Cllr Steve Hastings and and Berenice Adams'from the Southsea Greenhouse Garden.''Picture: Chris Balcombe

Left to right: Maria Mason from Food Cycle, Cllr Lynn Stagg, Cllr 'Donna Jones, Cllr Steve Hastings and and Berenice Adams'from the Southsea Greenhouse Garden.''Picture: Chris Balcombe

From left, Graham Collins, Melanie Whitfield-Tinker and Ken Eckersley

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MINIBEASTS, bugs and a giant African snail attracted swarms of families to a fun-filled event promoting sustainability.

The Big Green Leaf event was held at Portsmouth’s Ocean Retail Park and featured colourful characters including Bugella Burrows and Walter Droplet hosting a range of eco-friendly activities and games to encourage youngsters to look after the environment.

The group FoodCycle Portsmouth was celebrating after winning a £1,000 funding boost after a vote by shoppers.

Dominic Ide was there with his four-year-old son, Cory Richardson, from Fratton.

Mr Ide said: ‘It’s a great way to keep children entertained while teaching them about looking after the environment.’

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