Clean Up Scotland Sticker Competition

Last week we judged over 1,200 entries for our Clean Up Scotland sticker competition. We are excited to announce our winning schools

Before Christmas, we launched a primary school sticker competition asking all primary schools across Scotland to design a new sticker for our Clean Up kit. We will use the stickers to say thank you to all our volunteers.

We had a brilliant response, getting over 1,200 entries, both hand and electronically drawn. Helping Hand Environmental helped us with the judging and after a lot of deliberation, we managed to select a winner and two runners-up.

Our winner is a pupil in Sandford Primary School in South Lanarkshire.

Our runners-up are St Peter's Primary School in North Ayrshire and Lourdes Primary School in Glasgow.

The stickers were all so diverse and creative. Well done to everyone who entered!

In the next couple of months we will be revealing the winning design and presenting the schools with their new kits, which has been generously donated by Helping Hand Environmental. Keep an eye on the Clean Up Scotland news pages for this.


The winning sticker designed will be printed soon and should be ready in time for our Spring Clean over April and May. To take a look at the stickers as part of a Clean Up kit register an event with us.

05 February 2018

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