St Thomas More Catholic School has won a book donation competition run by Veolia Haringey, Better World Books and READ International. The competition, which ran for six weeks, aims to keep books out of landfills and in Tanzanian libraries. St Thomas More asked asked pupils, staff and parents to donate unwanted books collectijg a total of 2,308. The school won a £500 book token as well as five £10 book tokens for individual students who made great contributions. The books collected by the competition organisers will be sold to raise funds for libraries in Tanzania.
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St Thomas More Catholic School Wins the Haringey Waste Warriors Competition 2015
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