Gallery: Civic reception for St Colm’s Draperstown

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Magherafelt Council chairperson Kate McEldowney hosted a civic reception for students and staff from St. Colm’s High School, Draperstown.

The event was held to honour the school for winning the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Young Environmentalist Award for Junior Biodiversity as well as the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Overall Junior Environmental Project.

Magherafelt Council chairperson Kate McEldowney makes a presentation to Claire Devlin, Eco co-ordinator St Colm's High School in recognition of the school winning the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Young Environmentalist Award for Junior Biodiversity as well as the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Overall Junior Environmental Project. Included in the picture is Roisin McKenna, Corinne Coyle principal of St Mary's Primary, Draperstown.

Magherafelt Council chairperson Kate McEldowney makes a presentation to Claire Devlin, Eco co-ordinator St Colm's High School in recognition of the school winning the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Young Environmentalist Award for Junior Biodiversity as well as the All-Ireland Eco-Unesco Overall Junior Environmental Project. Included in the picture is Roisin McKenna, Corinne Coyle principal of St Mary's Primary, Draperstown.