Send in your butterflies and win a bike with Hibernian
Children in Carlow and Kilkenny will have a chance to win a bicycle with Hibernian Health this summer. The Hibernian branch in Carlow has launched the Hibernian Health Art Challenge, which is open to all children aged between five and 12 years. Entry forms are available from any one of Hibernian’s 27 branches nationwide and one winner will be chosen in each county.
The Hibernian Health Art Challenge is to draw a butterfly — it can be any colour, shape, or style. The most creative entry will win a fantastic new bicycle, and entries will be displayed in the Carlow branch. The competition will run until September 1, so young artists in the Carlow area are advised to get their entries into Hibernian quickly!
“Hibernian is looking out for you and your family this summer — the competition is being run to celebrate the launch of Hibernian Health, the new health insurance division of the Hibernian Group,” said Simon Doocey, manager of the Hibernian branch in Kilkenny. “Hibernian Health offers the best value health insurance in the Irish market, with comprehensive plans to suit people of all ages.”
Entry forms, and full terms and conditions, can be downloaded from www.hibernian.ie/health or picked up at the Hibernian branch on Kennedy Street, Carlow. The closing date for entries is the August 29.