Banks Renewables ride a breeze of local headlines
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
A BANKS Renewables competition to encourage pupils to read at a Borders School received strong local press attention.
Over 30 children at Hawick Trinity Primary School, aged between 3 and 12, took part in the Commonwealth Reading Awards, an initiative aimed at encouraging children to read more books at school and home.
Hamilton based wind energy firm, Banks Renewables, sponsored the activity, providing 26 gold, three silver and five bronze medals, before attending the special award ceremony on to present them to the delighted winners.
This latest media triumph for our client reflects the ongoing work from the award-winning team at Holyrood Partnership – and their dedication to telling the stories that are at the heart of every business.
To find out more about the Trinity School competition, you can access the original press release for more details.
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