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Louth pupils help international peace

Pupils from Lacey Gardens Junior School in Louth and their families gathered in Spout Yard to decorate the park with Tibetan Peace flags marking annual International Peace Day.

Pupils from Lacey Gardens Junior School in Louth and their families gathered in Spout Yard to decorate the park with Tibetan Peace flags marking annual International Peace Day.

LOUTH youngsters have done their bit for world peace by celebrating International Peace Day.

Pupils from Lacey Gardens Junior School in the town had busied themselves creating some colourful peace flags to mark the day on September 21.

The following morning the pupils and their families gathered in Spout Yard to decorate the park with Tibetan Peace Flags that they had made.

Peace Day, in its current format, was launched in 1982 and each year the Peace Bell s rang in United Nations headquarters in New York.

 

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