Waterlooville pupils in Holocaust buttons memorial appeal
The 2m-high cylinder will be filled with a million buttons collected by the children
Hampshire schoolchildren have collected almost half a million buttons to build a memorial to genocide victims.
Pupils at Oaklands Catholic School in Waterlooville have been collecting buttons for a year and are almost half way to their target of a million.
The project, guided by teacher Mugeni Sumba, was the idea of his then Year 9 pupils.
BBC News - Waterlooville pupils in Holocaust buttons memorial appeal