Kerry County Council’s road safety calendar – download here


2022 Kerry County Council Road Safety Calendar 

Kerry County Council’s annual Road Safety Calendar Art Competition took place again this year with several hundred entries received from primary school children around the county, demonstrating their artistic skills to highlight the important message of road safety.

In previous years, winning students would be invited to attend at County Buildings, Tralee and prizes presented by the Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council. However, this year it was not possible to hold the prize giving ceremony at County Buildings, in the best interests of health and safety of everyone.

Instead, Council staff arranged for prize boxes (consisting of KCC sponsored Winners Trophy, RSA sponsored high-vis goods, published calendars, chocolates) to be delivered this week to the winning students at their schools around the county.

Don’t Forget:  on these dark winter mornings – Always Be Safe & Be Seen.

The 2022 Road Safety Calendar is available to download from

Congratulations and a big thank-you to all the Teachers, Students and Schools who took part in the competition this year.

The 2022 Calendar Winners are:-

 Month Name School
 January Iona Carmody St. Johns Parochial School, Tralee
 February Lily O’Sullivan Castlegregory National School
 March Amber Marie Healy Presentation Primary School, Tralee
 April Maebh O’Connor Lissivigeen National School, Killarney
 May Seán Crean Loughfouder National School
 June Padraig Lenihan Knockanes National School, Killarney
 July Charlie Henderson Dromclough National School, Listowel
 August Emily O’Riordan Tarbert National School
 September Molly Lucid Scoil Naomh Eirc
 October Dorka Toth St. Michael’s National School, Sneem
 November Leona Kelly Ardfert National School, Ardfert, Tralee 
 December Íde Hussey St. Teresa’s National School, Kilflynn, Co. Kerry

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