Fresh Futures are trying to break a World Record and we need your help!

We want to break the World Record for the largest collection of erasers, and it will need a massive community effort to achieve it. The existing record is currently over 17,000 and Fresh Futures wants to beat that figure by collecting over 18,000 rubbers.

The World Record attempt is part of our 50th birthday celebrations running throughout 2024.

If you’d like to get involved, all you need to do is bring an eraser to Brian Jackson House in central Huddersfield and donate it to Fresh Futures. All children donating an eraser will get a sticker and be part of the World Record.

If you’re able, please also donate 50p along with the eraser to support us.  Every penny raised by the project will be spent supporting our work with disadvantaged children and young people, and their families, from across Kirklees. The address for Brian Jackson House can be found here.

Schools, nurseries, sports clubs, and other youth organisations can take part in the project. Any organisation signing up will receive a free bumper pack of resources including stickers for children, a participation certificate and activity sheets. Find out more by emailing [email protected].

The project is being run in partnership with TRU West Alliance and sponsored by Ecofficiency.

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