Saving energy

Pupils at inverbrothock were left in the dark on Friday when they joined in with the Earth Hour movement which turns off the lights around the world for and hour to demonstrate that energy can be saved making the worlds environment better. Not  to be foiled by the lack of light some of the pupils used their wind up torches to cast some light on the cause. From left Andie Watson, Hannah Beattie, Adriana Montes, Craig Petrie.
Pupils at inverbrothock were left in the dark on Friday when they joined in with the Earth Hour movement which turns off the lights around the world for and hour to demonstrate that energy can be saved making the worlds environment better. Not to be foiled by the lack of light some of the pupils used their wind up torches to cast some light on the cause. From left Andie Watson, Hannah Beattie, Adriana Montes, Craig Petrie.

PUPILS at Inverbrothock Primary School, Arbroath, were left in the dark on Friday when they joined the Earth Hour movement which turns off lights around the world for an hour to demonstrate that energy can be saved, making the environment better.

Not to be foiled by the lack of light some of the pupils used their wind-up torches to illuminate the cause.

Pictured are, from left - Andie Watson, Hannah Beattie, Adriana Montes and Craig Petrie.