It's easy being green for local student
- A pupil from Whickham is celebrating after winning art competition.
- The competition is part of Worcester's Environment 2020 Awards which promote sustainability.
- The creative design which depicted innovative sustainable solutions caught the judges’ attention.
Daniel Dixon aged five and a pupil from St Mary's R.C. Primary School in Whickham, is celebrating after winning Worcester's national art competition to promote green living.
The judges' chose his design for its creativity as Daniel had incorporated recycled items such as twigs and old sweet wrappers, to show the sustainable theme.
Daniel was presented with £50 worth of Love2Shop vouchers by Stephen Barkas, technical sales manager.
Now in its 15th year, the Environment 2020 Awards aim to highlight the importance of reducing the country's carbon emissions by recognising those who have used innovative heating and energy supplies to meet challenging environmental targets.
For more information about the Environment 2020 awards click here.
Walking two marathons back to back would be enough for most people, but for Marcel and Melanie Torrent, who both work here at Worcester Bosch, a further challenge was needed all in the name of fundraising – now they are planning to walk a double marathon in the Sahara Desert.
Until the 31st December 2018 homeowners across the UK and Ireland will be able to benefit from the Worcester Bosch guarantee promotion.