Winners are as follows:
Sponsors of our Competition and those who have helped us throughout the year:
Scotia Gas Networks, Wales & West Utilities, Northern Gas Networks and National Grid who are very kindly sponsoring our schools CO Awareness Competition now open to all primary school aged children. They also kindly sponsored our First News advertorial about the 2014-15 competition.
Their help and support has made this all possible.
To all the teachers who have entered their pupils to our competition.
Honeywell which has again kindly supplied us with alarms to EN 50291 this year.
The Guild of Master Sweeps, who generously gave us another donation last year.
Mark Aylett & the Guild of Master Sweeps who distributed over 22,000 leaflets to the members of the Guild who very kindly gave them out to customers. If only we had 1/100 this help from the rest of
Victims Belinda Goldsmith and Sue Westwood-Ruttledge who have both worked so hard to raise awareness and prevent poisoning in 2015 despite their own poisoning affecting their lives.
Registered Gas Installer, Dean Baker – who saw our adverts in the Registered Gas Engineer and put up a tree made of pipes hung with CO alarms for Christmas to advertise our competition.
Roland Johns, who has worked so hard to put the course for aspiring registered gas installers together and then taught courses.
BPEC – which has certificated our course about CO for aspiring registered gas installers.
John O’Leary, who supported me during the change in the competition this year and does so much.
Michele Perry and Martin Gallagher of Kane who helped hugely this year with leaflets, adverts etc.
Kane International – for sponsoring our press pack 2016 & has always kept us going generally.