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Non-Oil Care fish yellowe plain.jpg (9091 bytes)

Non-Oil Care fish yellowe plain.jpg (9091 bytes)

Non-Oil Care fish yellowe plain.jpg (9091 bytes)

Non-Oil Care fish yellowe plain.jpg (9091 bytes)

Non-Oil Care fish yellowe plain.jpg (9091 bytes)

Yellow Fish Week

22nd-27th September 2003

In one week ...

nearly 400 drains stencilled, and 2,500 fishy flyers distributed to residents and businesses along our route!

Right: the first yellow fish, stencilled in Scott Close, Wallisdown

- and our young spray painting team

The winning Yellow Fish poster from St Aldhelms School competition (click to enlarge)

 
Sarah & Cherie BlairLeft: Project Officer Sarah introduces Cherie Blair to the Yellow Fish campaign at the Labour Party Conference 2003
 

A big 'THANK YOU' to:

  • Rebecca Landman, especially, a Bournemouth University placement student who worked tirelessly coordinating the project, recruiting volunteers and stencilling drains!  

  • Jim Harper who took the week off work with BT to assure our safety on the road;

  • Bournemouth Transport, Bowmill Engineering and Sainsbury's at Alder Road;

  • St Aldhelms and Queens Park Junior school pupils and teachers for their enthusiastic involvement, and to the parents who joined in;

  • Val Rowling and everyone in the Scott Close area who kicked off the project and were so helpful throughout;

  • The Daily Echo and BBC Radio Solent for promoting the project;

  • All the residents who showed such interest and encouragement.


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