Arty Grimsby pupil’s posters promote cleaner estates
Published by Shoreline for Shoreline Housing Partnership in Communities and also in Housing
Shoreline business improvement manager Leigh Collingwood and community officer Chris Hine with winners of the Shoreline Spring Clean poster competition.
Arty Grimsby pupils have designs on cleaner neighbourhoods as part of a poster competition organised by Shoreline Housing Partnership.
Around 50, year five Oasis Academy pupils entered 25 posters in the competition urging people to look after the environment, keep their neighbourhoods clean and not drop litter.
Judged by Shoreline business improvement manager Leigh Collingwood and community support officer Chris Hine the winning entries were Bethany Methan (9), Emily Blackmore (10), Daisy Cofield (10), Angel Adams (9) and Brody Stainton (10) who received bumper craft packs.
The winning posters will be displayed in shops and businesses around the area.
Shoreline business improvement manager Leigh Collingwood said: “I was delighted and very impressed by the hard work and imagination that had gone into all of the poster entries.
“The winners stood out as they were both really colourful and eye-catching with important information included in the poster, helping to get the message out there to stop littering and look after your environment.”
The competition marks the start of a Shoreline-led spring clean-up campaign across several neighbourhoods which will include community litter-picks and recycled art workshops.