TAPIG Anti Litter Poster Campaign
Archived news: published on Friday 06 Jul 2012 by Fife Council
Andrew Scott proudly showing his poster design
Bag it and Bin it posters in Kingdom Shopping Centre
Take a Pride in Glenrothes
Take a Pride in Glenrothes and Kingdom Shopping Centre have joined together to continue with the Kingdom recycling promotion and the TAPIG Street Pride anti litter campaign.
The posters that had been created by children from the Glenrothes area have been used on all the bins in the public areas of Kingdom Shopping Centre to promote this anti litter and recycling message.
Andrew Scott, a Rimbleton Primary school pupil was delighted to find his poster on display in the centre. Also while visiting the centre two Tanshall Primary school pupils who had taken part in the poster campaign were photographed making use of the centres newly decorated recycled bins. Its good to see the message of anti litter and recycling is proving to have an effect.
The photograph shows Andrew with his father, Lindsey Methven, Kingdom Shopping Centre and Pat Spence, Take a Pride in Glenrothes
For more information contactPat J Spence, Local Community Planning Support Officer (LCP Support Officer)
Tel: 08451 55 55 55 + Ext 44 06 41 Contact Pat J Spence online
By Post: Fife Council, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes, KY7 5LT