SEAVIEW Primary School pupils have been doing their bit to improve the image of Glenarm by planting flowers and collecting litter at locations around the village.
The initiative, part of the Glenarm Regeneration Strategy led by the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, took place on Monday, October 24 and was supported by employees from Larne Council’s parks department, who provided plants, resources and guidance to the children.
The school extended its thanks to Inver Garden Centre for providing plants and bulbs and giving the pupils a short talk.
After the project was completed, the children received some well-deserved refreshments from Glenarm Village Committee.
Residents of Glenarm who would like to get involved in the regeneration of the village are invited to a volunteer information day at the tourist office on Monday morning. This event will show how the local community can help make a real difference to the image of Glenarm. The volunteer action day will take place on Wednesday at 1.30pm.