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Pens and paints at the ready – it’s the Clean Air Day poster competition

12:06 pm, Tuesday, 16th May 2023 - 10 months ago


North East Lincolnshire Council is launching a new poster competition ahead of Clean Air Day 2023.

The Council is inviting people of all ages to come up with designs for posters with ideas about cutting air pollution and making the air around us cleaner.

Winners will have their posters displayed in parks and other places this summer.

Winners will be announced on Clean Air Day 2023, Thursday 15 June.

How to enter

Draw your design on an A4 or A3 piece of paper – it needs to be the tall way up. Please include your ideas on what people can do to cut pollution and make the air around us cleaner.

Download and print a copy of the entry form above and send it with your artwork to: Clean Air Day Poster Competition, Communications Team, Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby DN31 1HU.

Entries must be received by 5pm on Friday 9 June 2023. All entrants must live in North East Lincolnshire.
Full terms and conditions are on the entry form.

Clean Air Day

Cllr Ron Shepherd, portfolio holder for Safer and Stronger Communities at NELC, said:

“We’re launching a new poster competition to celebrate Clean Air Day 2023.

“We’re looking for amazing designs from people of all ages that will inspire others to reduce air pollution and clean up the air around us.

“There are a lot of simple things people can do, such as walking or cycling instead of driving short journeys, to help improve the quality of the air that we breathe.

“As a council, we continuously monitor air quality in the borough and it’s reassuring to note that we have seen improvements in recent years.

“Get your entries in quick, the closing date is Friday 9 June.”

Find ideas about how cleaning our air can help improve health and the environment at

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