This summer, young people across the Humberside Police area have been completing projects to help make a difference in their community.
They have had 611 teams taking part in Lifestyle this year and they have loved hearing all about the projects.
From organising activities for children, to putting up bird feeders in a local park, to raising money and buying food for a food bank, to donating care packages to vulnerable people, the Lifestylers have been incredibly busy.
So, if you’ve spent your summer completing a project, make sure you get your log books in to them by Saturday 30 September.
They want to hear about all your hard work and commitment over the summer. Don’t forget to include information on how you have planned and put together your project as well as how your team has made a difference to your community. This can include photos, letters of thanks and even videos of what you have been up to!
Rachel Palmer, BP Chemicals communications manager, said: “Congratulations to all of the teams that took part in Operation Lifestyle over the summer. As supporters of Lifestyle for over twenty-five years, BP are looking forward to seeing the high standard of entries for 2017. We would urge all teams to gather their evidence to ensure they have captured the many positive impacts their projects have had on their local communities.”
Judging will take place in October and the top teams will win a trip to South Africa or Disneyland Paris. A number of other prizes will also be awarded including UK adventure holidays, day trips to Flamingo Land and Tockwith Racecourse and many more.
Logbooks can be posted to: Community Safety Unit, Grimsby Police Station, Victoria Street, Grimsby, DN32 1PE or handed in at a police station.
To see what the Lifestylers have been up to and for more information about Humberside Police youth engagement activity, be sure to like @HPYouthEngagementTeam on Facebook and follow @HP_LifestyleYET on Twitter.
Lifestyle 2017 is only possible through commercial sponsorship including: BP, East Riding Yorkshire Council, KCom, NHS Clinical Trust, Smith and Nephew, ARCO, Tribune Trust, Clugstons, High Sheriff, Tribune Trust, National Grid, Lions and Safer Roads.