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Airdrie Academy Caroline Logan Kaitlin Rae Jack Bell Morgan McComb
Inspiration • "Our P6/7 class took photos of our local area. I think this photo represents Lanarkshire as Lanarkshire itself is at the heart of Scotland. Lanarkshire itself is a loving place and like the leaves, the people are strong, resilient, they stay together as one and can withstand all“ • Celebrate North Lanarkshire • Nature
Symbol Represents: • Strength of Community • Heart of Scotland • Nature Shown on: • Plaques • App • Wristbands
App • Instructions • Directions to each plaque • Connections to Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Facebook • Different wristbands that are available • Where to go to pick up the awarded wristband • Information on North Lanarkshire • Download for free
Wristbands • Red – “Lanarkshire is a Loving Place” Strathclyde Park • Blue – “Lanarkshire is the Heart of Scotland” Duchess of Hamilton • Green – “Lanarkshire is Strong” Burngreen Park - Kilsyth • Yellow – “Lanarkshire Stay Together as One” Sumerlee • White – “Lanarkshire can withstand All” Palicerig • Purple – “Lanarkshire is Resiliant” Belhaven Park - Wishaw • Free wristbands • Made from recycled materials
Looks like leaf Taped to lamp posts Guerrilla art of tree Form of advertising Place –placed around the streets near places such as the library or schools Business Cards
Cost • 20% off all entry into specific nature sites • Link with college students to help school students make app to minimise cost • Cost of one wristband to make = approximately £2.60 x 100 = £260 • Cost of one business card = £1.00 (for printing on leaf and laminating) x 300 = £300
Step 1 • Roam around near local libraries and schools until you find the unique lamp posts with leaves hanging from it • Pluck off one of the leaves and read
Step 2 • Follow the instructions on the business card • Go to play store or the app store • Download the app for free! • At this stage you can use the app to find the nearest specific nature spot to you, read up on North Lanarkshire and even connect with friends on social network sites such as Facebook!
Step 3 • Go to the nearest nature spot that contains a plaque • You can receive 20% off admission fees at this point if there are any • Find the Celebrate North Lanarkshire plaque
Step 4 • Stand next to the plaque • Make sure its visible or it won’t be eligible and you won’t be able to get your free wristband • Gather people around or simply pose by yourself • Say cheese and snap a shot!
Step 5 • Do not delete your photo! • Go to your local library • Show your fantastic photo to the library staff who will have the wristbands!
Step 6 • Receive your free wristband! • The wristband will depend on what nature site you were at • Don’t forget to upload these pictures to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and/or Instagram to show off where you’ve been and your new wristbands!
Now, we challenge YOU to collect all wristbands! Good luck!