Pupils in Fareham and Gosport to create posters to promote improving air quality

PRIMARY schools are getting involved in a design competition to promote the importance of good air quality to drivers in their area.

Wednesday, 18th October 2017, 6:39 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 4:02 am

The competition asks pupils in Fareham and Gosport to create images about what clean air means to them and how everyone can think about small changes that could make a big difference to air quality. The winning designs will be made into lamp post banners and displayed along the A32.

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Councillor Rob Humby, executive member for environment and transport at Hampshire County Council, said: ’We all have a role to play in helping improve air quality and this competition is a great opportunity for young people to think about how small actions can make a big difference.’

The competition is being run by Friends of the Earth in partnership with the council. The deadline for entries is November 8.