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Veg Cities Luton schools competition

Luton schools are invited to get pupils involved in a competition to win a £50 voucher to be used to support healthy eating initiatives in their school.

Pupils tuck into fruit and veg kebabs. Credit: Groundwork East

Pupils tuck into fruit and veg kebabs. Credit: Groundwork East

Groundwork East, the organisation coordinating Veg Cities Luton, is looking for the best recipe, rap, poem or picture that teaches others about the benefits of eating healthy fresh fruit and vegetables. Schools can also send a photo of a healthy meal made in school or at home, or write a slogan to encourage others to try eating more vegetables.

To enter simply ‘like’ Groundwork East on Facebook or follow on Twitter

(@GroundworkEast) and comment or tweet Groundwork East your entries. You can also post your entries to Veg Cities Competition, Groundwork Luton & Bedfordshire, Stockwood Park, Off Farley Hill, Luton LU1 4BH.

The most motivating submission wins!

Closing date is Friday 29 March 2019.

For terms and conditions visit http://www.groundwork.org.uk/vegcities2019

Sustain are encouraging more areas to launch Veg Cities campaigns, and get local businesses and organisations making veg pledges. Veg Cities is currently the feature campaign of Sustainable Food Cities, and is run in partnership with Peas Please.


07/12/2018
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Veg Cities: Veg Cities is a feature campaign of the Sustainable Food Cities led by food and farming charity Sustain in partnership with the wider Peas Please initiative led by the Food Foundation, Nourish Scotland, Food Cardiff and WWF.

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