Road Safety Art
DONEGAL Road Safety
Working Group and Finn Harps FC have once again teamed
up to assist with the promotion of road safety with the
Road Safety Art Competition.
The Road Safety Art Competition invites young artists
from primary schools in Donegal to create a piece of art
that will raise awareness of how to stay safe on our
roads. The theme of the competition this year is 'Safe
Roads for All – everyone’s life matters on our roads'.
The winning drawing will be displayed at Finn Park for
the 2023 season and at Kernan’s Supermarkets in
Newtowncunningham and Drumkeen.
Donegal Road Safety
Working Group and Finn Harps Football Club at the launch
of the Primary School Road Safety Art Competition at
St.Eunan’s NS, Raphoe.
There will be individual
prizes as well as a special prize for the school of the
winning pupil. The competition was launched at
St.Eunan’s NS, Raphoe by Dave Rogers, Manager Finn Harps
FC, Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer, Donegal County
Council, Kevin McHugh, Finn Harps Academy and Anita
Keeve, Principal, St.Eunan’s NS.
Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer said, “Children are
among our most vulnerable road users, so we all have a
responsibility to make sure they develop good road
safety habits at an early age. The Primary School Art
Competition Competition will help raise awareness,
change behaviour and influence all road users about road
safety. Everyone who uses the roads has a role to play
in keeping our roads safe”.
The closing date for the competition is Wednesday, 15th
February 2023 and entries should be sent to:
Road Safety Primary School Art Competition,
Road Safety Officer,
Donegal County Council,
Letterkenny Public Service Centre,
Neil T. Blaney Road, Letterkenny.