“What A Load Of Rubbish” (click to view pdf) is a short play suitable for children interested in environmental issues.

The play open with 4 different bins standing in the grounds of a primary school. Flower is an enthusiastic compost bin, Martini is a friendly bottle bank, Picture is a posh paper-recycling bin and Dump is a grumpy black bin bag. Flower, Martini and Picture try to persuade Dump about the importance of recycling.

The play was written by Sophie Gilbert and Suzanne Duce. It was first performed in 2003 at Eglwys Wen Primary School (now Whitchurch Primary School) in Cardiff as part of their Eco Schools Programme to gain their Green Flag.

“What a Load of Rubbish 2” (click to view pdf) is the second of 3 plays suitable for primary school children interested in environmental issues.

Flower, Picture and Martini, the recycle bins, have moved to a school. They find Dump has been recycled from a rubbish bag to a wheelbarrow. There they meet the new hip clothes recycle bin Jean. The “Cardiff in Bloom Competition ” is about to be judged and their school hopes to win it. Two spies from another school plan to poison the compost that will be put on the flowerbeds and kill the school’s flowers. The recycle bins work together to defeat the spies then they make a note and leave it on the concussed spies. So the schoolteachers know that the compost was poisoned and they don’t put it on the flowerbeds.

The play was written by Sophie Gilbert and Suzanne Duce. It was first performed in 2004 at Eglwys Wen Primary School (now Whitchurch Primary School) in Cardiff as part of their Eco Schools Programme to gain their Green Flag.

“What A Load Of Rubbish 3” (click to view pdf) is the third of 3 plays about a gang of recycle bins Flower, Martini, Picture, Dump and Jean. It is suitable for primary school aged children. It considers the importance of recycling. The play was written by Sophie Gilbert and Suzanne Duce. It was first performed in 2005 at Eglwys Wen Primary School (now Whitchurch Primary School) in Cardiff when it won its Eco Schools Programme Green Flag.

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