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Glitter and our approach to materials

We all love a bit of sparkle but what we don't want is too fill our precious oceans with plastic

To raise our children' awareness of the dangers of plastic we use bio degradable glitter made from plant materials. Traditional glitter is made from polyester and is not bio degradable

We actively encourage using natural materials sourced directly from our stunning countryside and woods. Charcoal is made at Wildale Forest School in Birstwith. Berries gathered from Brimham Moor to make berry inks. Earth paints ground from assorted rocks.

We regularly purchase recycled materials from The Cone Exchange in Harrogate and Scrap, Centre of Creative Reuse in Leeds

Slide along to view examples of our children's unique and individual pieces of art created and sourced from the above organisations and locations

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