Budding engineers face eco-challenge

More than 100 high school pupils in Breckland have taken part in workshops aimed at finding the engineers of the future.Officials from Breckland Council's Rural Enterprise Valley (REV) Project have been working with students from three schools over the last two weeks, challenging them to design and develop a new eco-vehicle.

More than 100 high school pupils in Breckland have taken part in workshops aimed at finding the engineers of the future.

Officials from Breckland Council's Rural Enterprise Valley (REV) Project have been working with students from three schools over the last two weeks, challenging them to design and develop a new eco-vehicle.

Pupils from Attleborough High, Wayland Community High in Watton and Hamonds High School in Swaffham got involved in the REV-Italise project, which encouraged them to create a podcast and website detailing their research.

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