ULSTER BANKS ON FARM SAFETY INITIATIVE FOR SCHOOLS

Young people aged 7-16 are invited to submit ideas for a story illustrating the potential dangers on a farm and how to stay safe. The winning four entries will be published into a book of short stories that will be launched at this year’s Balmoral Show. Further information and full details are available at: www.balmoralshow.co.uk

As principal sponsor of the Balmoral Show, Ulster Bank is working in partnership with popular farm safety educational resource AgriKids to encourage children to be more aware of the risks that can arise when playing near a farmyard.

Pictured at the competition's launch (l-r): Ulster Bank's Senior Agriculture Manager, Cormac McKervey, AgriKids founder and author Alma Jordan, HSENI's Deputy Chief Executive, Bryan Monson and Wayne McCully, Branch Manager of Ulster Bank Comber alongside pupils from Andrews Memorial Primary School.

Pictured at the competition’s launch (l-r): Ulster Bank’s Senior Agriculture Manager, Cormac McKervey, AgriKids founder and author Alma Jordan, HSENI’s Deputy Chief Executive, Bryan Monson and Wayne McCully, Branch Manager of Ulster Bank Comber alongside pupils from Andrews Memorial Primary School.