Bethany Moore is Honorary Litter Angel
Written by karen on 19 December 2016
The theme of this year’s competition was ‘superheroes’
A Litter Angel has had her winning poster design put up in local McDonalds car parks following a recent anti-litter poster competition in primary schools across Sittingbourne and Sheppey.
Bethany Moore, aged 10, who attends Borden CofE Primary School, was made an honorary Litter Angel when she won the 2016 Litter Angels competition. She was presented with a certificate, a mug and a £50 cheque, whilst her winning poster was printed onto a metal plaque and will be displayed in the car parks of the McDonald’s restaurants, along with previous winning posters.
Local MP Gordon Henderson helped managers from McDonalds, Matt Hogben and Paul Knell, present Bethany with her very own plaque to hang in her bedroom. Bethany and her family were each given a free McDonalds meal.
Mr Henderson, who created the Litter Angels charity, said:
“The theme of this year’s competition was ‘superheroes’. I hope that Bethany’s winning poster will remind people, young and old, to not drop litter and to be anti-litter superheroes themselves. It was lovely to meet Bethany and present her with her prize.”
Gordon Henderson – MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
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