The winning designer, Phoebe, aged 9 with her entry.
ABP has been working hard at Keeping Britain Trading during the COVID-19 crisis to help ensure the consistent flow of goods coming into the country such as equipment, food and medicine at this vital time.
Simon Bird said “ABP’s workers are key to keeping our society going handling vital medical and food supplies as well as resources to keep our homes and businesses powered and fuel for our vehicles. They are keeping going through these challenging times and its great that we have been able to get their children involved in helping to recognise the key role that they play”
“I really like drawing a lot and entering competitions. I thought the competition would be something fun to do during lockdown to help key workers.” Phoebe
The Senior Leadership Team on the Humber chose their top three designs, awarding 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes. The competition was won by Phoebe, nine, whose father works in IT on the Port of Immingham.
Phoebe’s fantastic design, incorporating a vessel on the Humber river and a rainbow of hope, was used to inspire the final window sticker that will soon be made available to ABP’s key workers based on the Humber, letting everyone know about their vital work and the work of ABP.