A Kirkby primary school has received a £3,000 donation from the team at the Amazon delivery station in Knowsley.
During Earth Month, the team at Amazon’s delivery station in Knowsley partnered with Park Brow Community Primary School to design a bug hotel for the delivery station.
Following the partnership, the Amazon team made a £3,000 donation to the school to be put towards sustainability projects.
The team from Amazon in Knowsley recently visited the primary school to present the donation and meet the pupils who designed the bug hotel.
Steve Duncan, Senior Delivery Station Manager from Amazon in Knowsley, said: “We had a lot of fun with the pupils at Park Brow Community Primary School designing the bug hotel – they’re a very talented bunch. We’re also very happy to provide the school with this donation and show our appreciation for their efforts.”
David Roberts, Sustainability Ambassador from the delivery station in Knowsley, said: “It was lovely to visit Park Brow Community Primary School and see the children’s reactions to our donation! The children did such a good job on the bug hotel and I’m happy that we could show our thanks with this donation.”
Clare Aplin, from Park Brow Community Primary School, added: “On behalf of the team and pupils at Park Brow Community School, I would like to say a huge thank you to the team at Amazon in Knowsley for their donation. The children had such a good time designing and creating the bug hotel for Amazon.”
The donation to Park Brow Community Primary School was made as part of Amazon’s programme to support the communities in and around its operating locations across the UK.