Design troll for cyber bullying campaign

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CHILDREN are being invited to design the fifth troll as part of a campaign to stop cyber bullying.

As reported, this week Portsmouth City Council launched its Beware of Lurking Trolls campaign.

It seeks to educate children about how dangerous the internet can be by using four animated trolls which represent different types of online problems.

Assembly workshops are being run by Public Health Portsmouth, and a team will be visiting schools over the coming weeks to spread the important messages.

To enter the competition visit facebook.com/lurkingtrolls or post entries to Trolls competition, Corporate Communications, Portsmouth City Council, Civic Offices, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, PO1 2BG.

The closing date for entries on Monday, January 20.

The first prize of an iPad will be given to the winner.

A total of 50 runners up will all receive a copy of the children’s book, which is also called Beware of Lurking Trolls.