Ely Country Park: Open competition for amazing maze designs
A competition has been launched for young people aged 5 to 18 to design two new mazes that will be part of a celebration of the Queen’s Green Canopy.
East Cambridgeshire District Council is looking for two creative designs to be implanted in an area of Ely Country Park.
The two tree-lined labyrinths will help fight climate change and revitalize local nature.
The launch of the competition comes after the Council’s Operational Services Committee approved a new environmental plan for 2021/2022.
Councilor David Ambrose Smith, Chairman of the East Cambridgeshire District Council Operational Services Committee, said: “As a Council we are committed to doing all we can to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment. and the unanimous approval of our second environmental plan is a testament to that.
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The new labyrinths, which the municipality aims to plant as part of the next planting schedule in winter 2021, are among the 20 actions of the plan.
Councilor Julia Huffer, climate change champion at East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: their entry ”.
Guidance notes and an application form that will allow young maze designers to draw their idea on a plan, whether for the main or junior maze, are available from participating schools and on the board’s website.
Residents can apply by submitting designs to council by noon on September 15, 2021.
Ms Julia Spence OBE QPM, Lord-Lieutenant, Representative of Her Majesty The Queen for Cambridgeshire, said: the country to honor Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022.
“Throughout her reign, the Queen has been a strong supporter of planting new trees and fully recognizes the benefits trees bring to our environment. ”