Myself (Anna Neal) and a peer (Beth Doherty) are entering the YRE competition this year, with our article, Ocean of Tears. If you have a minute, give it a read and let us know what you think! Apologies for any issues with headings, etc.
Have a nice day!
I am in my school's eco committee, and most years, we enter the YRE competition. This year, the theme was recycling and I created this image using the Bazart photo editing app (which I recommend!). This image is called "There is no escaping the problem" and it tells us that if we avoid recycling our waste, there will be terrible consequences.
Edited by: Anna Neal
Model: Danielle Aleria.
We would just like to mention that, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we will not be planning any public beach cleans for the foreseeable future. We are not giving up, just taking a break to stop the spread.
On the 17th January, St Dominic's Eco Committee went to the Stormont Buildings to discuss the Environment Strategy. It was an amazing experience and we got hear Nicola Mallon speak. We helped with creating the Environment Strategy by speaking about what we wanted to happen. We think there should be a minister who's first priority is the environment and climate change. What do you think? We would love to hear your comments and ideas.
Happy New Year everybody! There will be a new year cleanup at Arglass Beach on the 19th January. It will be from 12pm until 2pm. Please join us if you can.
There will also be another cleanup on the 8th February at Tyrella beach from 10am until midday. This beach clean will be our Project Pristine 20! Please try and join us! Bye for now!
On the 24th of August we headed down to Arglass beach (again) for a mega cleanup! We joined Stanford Lough and Lecale Partnership. We started at the near end of the beach, joined by photographer Joyce Ferder Rankin! She interviewed a couple of people for her documentary, Degrees to Extinction, which will be premiering next year. Thanks to everyone who joined us!
On the 10th August we headed down to Ardglass beach for a quick cleanup. We collected 8 bags in one hour compared to our usual 30+. It's nice to know that our beach cleans are making a difference. Thanks to everyone who joined us.
On the 22nd of June we took to Ardglass beach for yet another beach clean. There was a great turn out and we gathered 25 bags of litter! Thanks to everyone who helped out!
We have not held any cleanups for a couple of months because of a busy term, with hurly blitzes and exams. We are holding a beach clean on the 22nd of June at Ardglass beach, from 11am to 1pm. Please join us!
On the 13th of April, we held a beach clean on Ardglass beach. It was a blustery day but we still gathered 25 bags! We also noticed that there was less litter on the beach and we hope this means that our beach cleans are beginning to have an effect! Afterwards we were invited to Margret's Cottage B & B for a delicious afternoon tea! Thanks to Kiera who supplied our afternoon tea and everyone who joined us!