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Monday 28 July 2014

St. Patrick's girls join campaign for safer roads

Published 23/10/2012|15:08

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Matilda Tighe with her aunt Emma Tighe, who presented the high visibility vests to the school on behalf of Electric Ireland.

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PATRICK'S Girls National School, Donabate have joined the RSA Electric Ireland Safety Campaign. Electric Ireland is partnering the Road Safety Authority for the third year running to promote road safety among our youngest road users and indeed their families. Since the beginning of this campaign, the RSA and Electric Ireland have distributed over 250,000 high visibility vests to children starting school. This has helped to ensure that the youngest and most vulnerable road users are clearly visible on the roads at all times and reflects Electric Ireland's ongoing commitment to promoting safe road use at all times.

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