P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/01  1/12 FOM CEEFAX  READ YOUR PRESS PACK REPORT HERE Standby for more of your reports... APP2OX PAGE NAMES TIME 2-7 COPESTAKE to GRAY NEXT 9-12 HAMMOND to LACEY 2 mins Press HOLD to keep a page on screen Please go to page 179 for reports M-Z  Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/33  2/12 FROM CEEFAX  POLLUTION BUSTERS by LAURA COPESTAKE, 13, from Stoke-on-Trent Mem No 99885 Laura goes green and offers a few anti-pollution measures... "Ever thought what damage driving a car can do to the environment? There are a number of ways of cutting down on pollution. For instance, use a bus, bicycle or even walk somewhere instead of going by car. Cutting down on pollution means a healthier environment for us all. Do your part for the environment so we can live in a better, cleaner world." NEWSROUND - CEEFAX - RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/00  10/12 FROM CEEFAX  GREEN CHRISTMAS! by NICHOLAS HINDLE, 10, from Bamber Bridge, nr Preston Nicholas enjoys his family getting together to get ready for Christmas... "I especially like helping to make the Christmas decorations and helping to prepare the dinner with my mum. I also think about the real reasons for Christmas. It's important we all think of Jesus and not just think of presents and decorations. We should recycle all the packaging and make gift-tags and cards out of old ones." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/10  11/12 FROM CEEFAX  CHRISTMAS GOOD by Tamsin Kavanagh 12, from Manchester Mem No 109689 Families come together at Christmas... Christmas is one of the worst times of the year for argulfnts, accidents and even divorces. It's become too commercialised with shops selling presents in September. So, why do we do it? We do it because the good things outweigh the bad. It gives people the chance to unwind and gives family members the chance to "mend fences" — bringing them together in a spirit of reconciliation." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/00  12/12 FROM CEEFAX  RAMSEY ST ROLL-CALL by ELLEN LACEY, aged 13, Scarborough Mem No 76542 Ellen is a big fan of the popular Aussie soap Neighbours... "Neighbours has been on British TV since 1986 and is my favourite show. The many famous people who've worked on it include Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Craig McLachlan, Kristian Schmid and Dan Falzon. It shows good family life and the storyline is easy to follow. Helen Daniels (actress Anne Haddy) is the sole survivor from 1986." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/00  3/12 FROM CEEFAX  EARTHWORM WOE by JADE BREMNER, aged 13, from London E11 Our humble earthworm is under threat from an invader from Down Under... "Earthworms are responsible for the health of the soil — their actions increase the soil's fertility. However, the flatworm population is now increasing rapidly — partly by feeding on our earthworms. The flatworms came over in the soil of plants imported from New Zealand. My fear is that the soil will become infertile and there'll be a famine." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/01  4/12 F OM CEEFAX  gHO IS LOUISE? by JENNY COYLE, 15, from London N2 Mem No 75281 Jenny gives us the lowdown on Louise Nurding — once of pop group Eternal... "Earlier this year, Louise decided it was time to move on. She'd been a member of Eternal since she was 16. "Louise's debut solo single 'Light Of My Life' did very well in the charts and she was seen all over the TV promoting it. She's releasing an album soon too, so the future is looking good for Louise. The best of luck to her and Eternal." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/11  5/12 F OM CEEFAX  CHRISTMAS VALUES by STUART GOODSHIP, from Broadstairs, Kent Mem No 46974 This was one of the runners-up in the Christmas Family Values assignment.. "To my family, Christmas means a time for giving and receiving. Mum has the whole family round for lunch and cooks enough to feed an army! We go to church on Christmas Eve with some relatives, then come back to eat. Mum and dad say there's no point sending us to bed early. We should remember what Christmas is all about.N love and caring." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/03  6/12 FROM CEEFAX  OUR CHRISTMAS by JENNY GO DN, 14, from Wimbourne Mem No 105597 Jenny tells us about how her family celebrates Christmas...... "The actual celebrations start for my family on December 5th — St Nicholas Day — when my German grandma puts presents for us in our slippers. Christmas Eve always ends up with threats from my mum about getting up too early, but she's always up first. It ends as quickly as it started with a pile of torn paper, and a list of thankyou letters." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/00  7/12 FROM CEEFAX  CHRISTMAS PEACE by GEMMA GRAY, 11, from Cramlington Mem No 107061 Gemma tells us how Christmas can be a time for peace.... "On Christmas Day 1914, German and British troops were standing together shaking hands. Sometimes family Christmases can be like temporary truces. Cards, visits and presents can heal old wounds. We are reminded to think of others. Christmas is decorating the tree, nativity plays and most importantly... visiting your family." NEWSROUND - CEEFAX - RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/12  8/12 FROM CEEFAX  READ YOUR PRESS PACK REPORT HERE Standby for more of your reports... APP2OX PAGE NAMES TIME 9-12 HAMMOND to LACEY NEXT 2-7 COPESTAKE to GRAY 2 mins Press HOLD to keep a page on screen Please go to page 179 for reports M-Z  Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio
P178 CEEFAX 178 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/00  9/12 FROM CEEFAX  LIVE ANIMAL EXPORTS by KATIE HAMMOND, aged 13, from Norwich Mem No 96143 Katie wants a ban on live animals being sent abroad for slaughter... "More than a million animals a year are sent on inhumane journeys abroad — only to be killed on arrival. Sometimes the animals travel for 60 hours without food, rest or water, even though current rules only allow animals to travel for 24 hours. Often the animals travel so tightly packed together they cannot even lie down. This trade must be banned." NEWSROUND — CEEFAX — RADIO TIMES Repts M-Z PP Info Contacts TV/Radio