We're giving schools a chance to win GIANT day out!
The National Trust has partnered with the Irish News to give schools the chance to win a day out at the Giant’s Causeway, including the opportunity to enjoy the full Visitor Experience and a guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The lucky pupils from three winning schools will spend a day learning about battling giants, clashing continents, spewing lava and the wonderful wildlife that call the Causeway home.
Commenting on the partnership, Ciara McClements, Visitor Experience Manager at the Giant’s Causeway said: “We are passionate about sharing the stories behind our special places and educating young people about wildlife and conservation. The GIANT day out competition allows us to welcome more children to the Giant’s Causeway to teach them about the conservation work that we do here and open their eyes to the importance of protecting and promoting the incredible wildlife that lives on our door step.
“Following the success of our recent school’s engagement programme and the potato planting initiative with local schoolchildren in 2018 we are committed to educating the younger generation about how to look after the environment so that it can be enjoyed by people for years to come.”
The fantastic prize package includes coach transfers to and from your school and of course, the chance to make special memories at the stunning and environmentally diverse Causeway Coast.
To be in with a chance of winning readers must collect tokens which can be found daily in The Irish News and attach them to a collector card which can be downloaded from the competition website. Collector cards must have at least 25 tokens to be eligible for entry.
To find out more about the competition and to download your collector card please visit: https://www.irishnews.com/offers/giantdayout/ - The competition runs until 8th February.