SCHOOL kids from across Gwynedd enjoyed an entertaining roadshow which taught them about their environment.

Entertainers the Gregory Brothers and Crew, put on the Gwynedd Council Tidy Town’s initiative show.

Now in its fourth year of touring, the show includes information on littering, dog fouling, reducing waste, reusing and recycling.

The light-hearted performances are assisted by characters Tidy Ted and Eli Eco, along with popular puppets Sion and Sian.

The roadshow visited Ysgol Glancegin and Ysgol Ein Harglwyddes in Bangor; Ysgol Maesincla, Ysgol Yr Hendre and Ysgol Pendalar in Caernarfon; Ysgol Sarn Bach; Ysgol Cymerau, Pwllheli, Ysgol Bro Lleu in Penygroes and Tywyn’s Ysgol Penybryn.

Councillor Gareth Wyn Griffith, Gwynedd Council’s highways cabinet member, said: “It’s good to be able to welcome the brothers back to Gwynedd with their roadshow.”

Jonathan Gwyn Neale, the Council’s Tidy Towns Officer, added: “These shows are a valuable investment in community pride and environmental responsibility.”

Caernarfon’s Ysgol Pendalar deputy headteacher, Deiniol Harries said: “The show was great. The whole school enjoyed it and and we were all delighted.”

Adrian Gregory, said: “The children were as enthusiastic as ever and responded well to the themes, which were delivered through songs and sketches with different characters highlighting key issues.”