Clarets help Burnley youngsters stay healthy
The youngsters, from primary schools across Burnley, listened to presentations on healthy eating, exercise and disability and equality in sport. They are also planning a project to help people in the community lead healthier lives and the football club has agreed to help implement the scheme if it is feasible.
Mrs Wendy Silvester, teacher at Heasandford Primary School, who set up the Pupil Parliament, said: “I just think it’s really important that primary school children’s voices are heard.
“They are wonderful children with amazing ideas who are going to be the future citizens. They are working already at a young age to make Burnley a better place to live.
“It’s an invaluable experience for them and it enriches Burnley as a community.”