Local school's book burning bright at North West Young Enterprise Finals

A group of Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic College students who authored their very own children's book are taking their work to the North West Young Enterprise Finals

Thursday, 18th May 2017, 11:38 am
Updated Sunday, 4th June 2017, 9:40 pm
The 'Hazardous Harry' writing team.

Written in poem form, the eight-strong writing team's book, titled ‘Hazardous Harry’, is for children aged three and above and is centred around fire safety, receiving support from the likes of Burnley MP, Julie Cooper; Burnley's Fire Service Delivery Manager, Chris Waring; and Tesco’s Community Champion, Billie Jean Horne.

The team went to the Lancashire finals where they were triple award winners, scooping the titles for Best Trade Stand, Best Presentation, and Best Overall Company, and will now represent Lancashire in the North West Finals.

“They are an excellent team who have created a worthwhile product," said their teacher, Polly Clegg. "The book informs and educates children on the dangers of fire in the home and they have worked so hard.”