Ballymacrickett Primary pupil gets creative to win NI Water competition

Northern Ireland Water are undertaking a number of exciting projects to look after our environment and reduce the impact of climate change. To celebrate the start of their mission to plant 1 million trees they challenged Primary 7 pupils, in schools local to the first planting site in the Dunore catchment area, with the task of designing a poster to highlight the exciting environmental projects being undertaken.

Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 12:41 pm

Northern Ireland Water are undertaking a number of exciting projects to look after our environment and reduce the impact of climate change. To celebrate the start of their mission to plant 1 million trees they challenged Primary 7 pupils, in schools local to the first planting site in the Dunore catchment area, with the task of designing a poster to highlight the exciting environmental projects being undertaken.

The winning entry came from Ballymacrickett Primary School.

Pictured is the winning Primary 7 pupil from Ballymacrickett PS alongside Anna Killen, NI Water’s Outreach and Learning Officer, planting a silver birch tree which the school won in the competition