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26th October 2015

COMPETITION INVITES EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW SCHOOLCHILDREN TO DRAW A PICTURE OF 'MY CITY'

Scottish Citylink is launching a competition inviting school children from Edinburgh and Glasgow to draw a picture of their city, with two winning designs appearing on the rear of the coaches that connect the two locations.

The ‘My city’ bus design competition is open to primary school children in Glasgow and Edinburgh, aged 5-11. Pupils are asked to draw a picture that explains what their city means to them. Whether it’s a picture of Edinburgh Zoo, The Glasgow Science Centre, the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow or Edinburgh Castle, children are invited to draw whatever they want.

The competition is open until 1 December and Scottish Citylink will then choose its favourite drawing from each city. The winners’ drawings will then appear on a rear of one of the coaches that operate on the 900 route between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The winners will also be invited with their classmates for a special pre-Christmas trip to either Dynamic Earth or the Glasgow Science Centre, travelling to the destination on their specially designed bus.

Scottish Citylink has contacted all primary schools in Edinburgh and Glasgow to invite them to take part.  Any child who wishes to take part should speak to their teacher or head teacher.

All drawings should be entered using the template provided and entries clearly marked on the reverse with the child’s name, class and school name.

All entries must be received by 1 December, 2015.

Marketing Manager for Scottish Citylink, Nicola Campbell said, “Everyone has a special thought in mind when they think of their home city. We want the schoolchildren of Edinburgh and Glasgow to get their thinking caps on and crayons out to draw a picture of what their city means to them. We can’t wait to see the entries and to decide the best ones to go onto our vehicles.”

Entries should be posted to Nicola Campbell, Scottish Citylink Coaches, Buchanan Bus Station, Killermont Street, Glasgow, G2 3NW or emailed to: n.campbell@citylink.co.uk

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