Creative school pupils helping to keep Doncaster borough clean

Creative young enviromentalists will see their clean campaign designs on posters in Doncaster as part of the Council’s anti-litter campaign.

By Nigel Booth
Thursday, 13 June, 2019, 09:14
As part of Doncaster Councils anti-littering campaign, two local school children have created their own posters to warn people about the effect that dropping litter has on the environment

Year three Kingfisher Primary School pupils organised a competition at their school to create a poster warning of the dangers of littering.

Competition winners then got to see their designs brought to life by the council’s Graphic Designer who turned their winning sketches into posters to be displayed within the popular green space, Sandall Park in Wheatley.

As part of the ‘This is My Doncaster – Keep it Clean’ campaign – Doncaster Council has dedicated extra resources to take a tough stance on waste, fly tipping, graffiti and dog fouling across the borough. Visit www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/environmental/this-is-my-doncaster-get-involved for more.

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