DERBY COLLEGE WIN PLANET EARTH GAMES

February 9 , 2022

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Chris Broadbent, Founder of Planet Earth Games said: “We were thrilled with the success of the first ever Planet Earth Games – Colleges event. In particular the gusto and creativity in which students tackled each challenge. Each and every submission was s

Hundreds of students aged 16-19 took part in the first ever Planet Earth Games – Colleges event on 24-28 January.

A week of sustainable virtual challenges including veganism, litter picking, carbon reduction, slow fashion and tree hugging took place across the week. The challenges were fronted by GB rower Melissa Wilson, environmental activists Kids Against Plastic, international runner Gemma Kersey, Paralympian Alexandra Rickham and professional cricketer Joe Cooke.

Here’s a few highlights from the week..

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