Live to Play, Ulster GAA’s Road Safety programme aims to raise awareness and educate members on how best to stay safe on the roads.
This #RoadSafetyWeek C.L.G. Ghaoth Dobhair goalie Christopher Sweeney is urging us all to slow down and stay safe on our roads as he remembers a much loved brother whose young life was tragically cut short following an accident.To mark Road Safety Week 2019 Ulster GAA is launching its new Live To Play social media campaign with nine of our top county players who have agreed to act as Ambassadors, relaying important road safety messages.These videos will be launched later through-out this week.We thank Christopher Sweeney for sharing his personal testimony with us and we ask clubs, counties, and individuals to like and share the videos, while remembering to take heed of these important road safety messages#roadsafetyawareness
Posted by Ulster GAA on Monday, 18 November 2019
In 2014 we launched the Kidszone section of the Live to Play Microsite which contains three fun educational games based around “Cross with Care”, “Stay Safe in the Car” and “Cycle Safe”. Through these games we hope to educate younger people in important Road Safety topics.
As part of the Live to Play Colouring Competition there were full colour posters also produced containing the same themes as the Kids Zone games. Please find PDF versions available for download below:
Contact us today to find out more about how our programmes can be applied within your club.