Enterprising pupils at Lisneal College

Lisneal College Young Enterprise group won the North West Team Award at the Young Enterprise competition, at Titanic Belfast at the end of  March. The team now go forward to compete against the five other regional winners for the Northern Ireland title on May 7, which will be at Belfast City Hall. Their company is called Candy Candles and they make decorated glass and tin candle holders mainly from recycled materials. Pictured from left are: John O'Dowd, Education Minister; Kyle Lynch; Ben Thompson; Carol Ann Smith, business advisor; Tori McNeill; Irene Prender, teacher; Richard Long and Callum Henson.
Lisneal College Young Enterprise group won the North West Team Award at the Young Enterprise competition, at Titanic Belfast at the end of March. The team now go forward to compete against the five other regional winners for the Northern Ireland title on May 7, which will be at Belfast City Hall. Their company is called Candy Candles and they make decorated glass and tin candle holders mainly from recycled materials. Pictured from left are: John O'Dowd, Education Minister; Kyle Lynch; Ben Thompson; Carol Ann Smith, business advisor; Tori McNeill; Irene Prender, teacher; Richard Long and Callum Henson.

Lisneal College Young Enterprise group won the North West Team Award at the Young Enterprise competition, at Titanic Belfast at the end of March.

The team now go forward to compete against the five other regional winners for the Northern Ireland title on May 7, which will be at Belfast City Hall.

Their company is called Candy Candles and they make decorated glass and tin candle holders mainly from recycled materials. Pictured from left are: John O’Dowd, Education Minister; Kyle Lynch; Ben Thompson; Carol Ann Smith, business advisor; Tori McNeill; Irene Prender, teacher; Richard Long and Callum Henson.