Children at two Bradford schools used bottle tops collected in a huge litter pick to create a work of art.

Pupils at Lidget Green and Horton Grange primary schools took part in a GreenMoor Environment Day, helping to tackle littering and fly-tipping in the Lidget Green and Scholemoor areas.

They began an anti-littering mural with the bottle tops which, once finished, will be touring local schools and community centres.

The day of action was organised by Bradford Community Environment Project on behalf of the GreenMoor Big Local group, who have been awarded Lottery funding for improvements to the local community over the next ten years.

One of the organisers, Colin Green, of Bradford Community Environment Project, said: “The children had a great time, and the teachers seemed to enjoy themselves as well.

“We left huge areas of Lidget Green and Scholemoor looking a lot tidier, and the local branch of the Co-op was very kind in donating refreshments.”