Norfolk van artist Ruddy Muddy supports ‘trash girl’ by dedicating latest artwork to her
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Norfolk van artist Ruddy Muddy's latest creation has been dedicated to Norwich's 'trash girl'.
Nadia Sparkes, a Hellesdon High School pupil has been dubbed 'trash girl' by bullies for her environmentally-friendly ways.
The 12-year-old has been picking up other people's rubbish along her two-mile route to school ever since September last year.
She uses the basket of her bike to bring it home and has already collected more than two recycling bins-worth of plastic.
Other students have told her to pick up their litter as it is 'her job'.
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Rather than let the comments get to her, Nadia, who is in year seven at school, says she is refusing to give up on her eco-friendly ways.
Ruddy Muddy's other creations have included Ed Sheeran, BBC Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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