The competition came after Tilia’s Safety Health and Environmental
Manager, Steve Garrington, visited the school to talk about building site safety
ahead of the summer holidays. Following the visit, several pupils were then
invited to visit Landimore Park to bring their interactive lesson to life.
The winning design came from 10 year old pupil Egor Zavoroyski for his
bright and colourful design. Alongside having his picture turned into a site
safety sign, Egor was presented with an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet by the team
at Tilia Homes.
Steve Garrington commented: “We received so many fantastic entries
to our site safety poster challenge, it was incredibly difficult to pick,
however we really liked Egor’s clear design which demonstrated that he really
took on board everything we talked about during my visit to Hardingstone
Academy. It was a pleasure to take some of the pupils around the development and
highlight how busy live construction sites can be. I really hope Egor enjoys
his prize during the summer holidays.”
Tilia Homes is creating a brand new community of 750 private and
affordable homes set amongst extensive public open space at Landimore Park.
Construction work is now underway with the first homes set to be released for
sale this month.
information on Landimore Park call 01604 656589.