A new generation of Dales residents are being taught the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling rubbish with the help of a theatre production.
Derbyshire County Council has commissioned the Gibber Theatre Company to bring The Waste Watchers to Derbyshire secondary schools.
Pupils in 35 secondary schools will see a 50–minute interactive performance which uses humour, music, multimedia and popular culture to capture the importance of key environmental themes such as food waste and the benefits of putting unwanted items to good use.
The theatre company is touring schools until April 11.
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