Creating safe spaces in our community
The initiative asked pupils to design a sign that would bring awareness to the railway line to ensure that pedestrians cross it safely.
The deserved winner was 9-year-old Charlie who received a £50 book voucher and got to see his drawing brought to life at Clover Meadows.
Commenting on the children’s participation in the competition, Nicola McArdle, Headteacher at Barrow URC Primary School, said: “The staff and pupils at our school take great pride in being a part of the vibrant local community in Barrow. We were all delighted to be chosen to enter Taylor Wimpey’s competition and have the opportunity to raise awareness of railway safety. We have a large number of creative students who worked incredibly hard on their entries and we’re very proud of everyone who participated in the competition!”