Design a Poster Competition 2020

Could you help to design an eye catching poster to discourage littering in our parks and open spaces?

Could you help to design an eye catching poster to help stop littering in our parks and open spaces?

The poster will be used to help spread awareness of how littering can cause damage to our wildlife and environment and encourage users of our parks and open spaces to always use a bin, or take their litter home with them if the bin is full.

We know how much pride residents have in all our parks and green spaces. By putting your litter in the bin or taking it home with you when visiting our parks and open spaces will help ensure they remain wonderful space everyone can enjoy.

"We are looking forward to seeing the creative ideas our young people have to help spread the message that littering has no place in in our District”

The completion will split into three age groups under 5, 6 – 10yrs and 11-16yrs. You must attened a School in Three Rivers or live in the district. The winners will be printed out and displayed across Three Rivers and on our Website.

What do you need to do?

Get creative! Design a unique and inspiring poster to promote taking care of our environment.

Posters must be A4 size portrait orientation and include the slogan ‘Don’t leave it Bin It!’.

To enter the competition email your design to along with the following information:

Full name: Age: Parent/carers name and contact number:

Or you can post your entry to Poster Competition, Three Rivers House, Northway, Rickmansworth, WD3 1RL.

Terms and conditions of entry

You must attend a School in Three Rivers or live in the district.

You must be in one of the mentioned age groups

The deadline to enter is 22nd June 2020 Any entries received after this deadline will not be considered. and the winners will be announced later that month

The decision of the judges is final and at the absolute discretion of Three Rivers District Council.

Entries must be the original work of the entrant(s) and not copied from any other source.

Three Rivers District Council may publish competition entries both in print and online, including on their websites, social media channels, and for PR purposes

The winning entries may be invited to participate in publicity arising from this competition.

Three Rivers District Council  takes no responsibility for late entries, or entries not successfully uploaded.