Photo (L-R): Matt Hogben, Gordon Henderson MP, Angel Oduneye-Folarin and Paul Crocker
A Litter Angel has had her winning poster design put up in local McDonald’s car parks following last year’s anti-litter poster competition in primary schools across Sittingbourne and Sheppey.
Angel Oduneye-Folarin, who attends Bobbing Village School, won the 2022 Litter Angels competition. She was presented with a certificate, a personalised 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 Paul Crocker and Matt Hogben from McDonald’s present Angel with her very own plaque to hang in her bedroom.
Mr Henderson, who created the Litter Angels charity, told SFM News: "The essence of the Litter Angels competition is that it highlights to young people the anti-social nature of litter. The youngsters really get it! Last year 41 primary schools across Kent took part in the competition and this year we hope for many more."
You can find out more about the local charity at: https://www.litterangels.org .