Wednesday, 12th March 2008
Waterford Airport is inviting the South East’s budding young artists to enter a competition to design the Airport’s next promotional postcard.
The competition, which was launched in February, is open to pupils of Primary schools in Waterford City and County, Counties Wexford, Carlow, Tipperary, and Kilkenny.
Children who enter the competition have the chance to win some great prizes for their family and schools.
"We’ve asked primary schoolchildren in each area to design their own postcard for the Airport", says Graham Doyle, CEO of Waterford Airport. "The competition is going very well and has proven to be very popular with children around the South East.
"I’d like to encourage school pupils and their teachers to remember the March 20 deadline for entries, and to send their pictures in plenty of time", he added.
To be in with the chance of winning great prizes including a week’s holiday in Bordeaux, arts supplies for their school, and a trip to Waterford Airport, primary school students should design their own postcards on blank paper (A4 size or smaller), and mark their name, age, and school on the back of the design.
Entries should then be sent to:
C/O Bance Nolan Ltd
30 – 33 Waterford Business Park
Cork Road, Waterford
The closing date for entries is Thursday, March 20.
Aer Arann operates flights from Waterford Airport to London, Birmingham and Manchester. The airline is also now taking bookings for Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Faro, Galway, Lorient and Malaga with flights available from May, making Waterford Airport the ideal summer holiday departure for the South East.
To book your next holiday or weekend away, visit: www.flywaterford.com for timetables and booking information.
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