EYE-CATCHING road safety posters designed by two primary school pupils are on display in two of Torbay's bus shelters.
More than 300 youngsters entered the Green Cross Code competition organised by the council's road safety team to mark its annual Be Safe Be Seen campaign, which highlights the need to wear bright and reflective clothing.
The competition was won by Emily Haden, nine, of All Saints Primary School in Babbacombe and Lucy Bevan, six, of Chestnut Primary School in Brixham.
Mayor Nick Bye congratulated the young artists for their 'brilliant designs.'
He said: "It was a difficult task picking the winners from so many excellent entries, and my thanks go to everyone who took part in the competition."
Emily's poster is displayed at the bus stop on Babbacombe Road, St Marychurch, and Lucy's at one in Bank Lane, Brixham.
The above item is from the local paper. The posters are on bus stops near where the children go to school which is nice for them as they will be able to show them of to all their friends but for the rest of us it means a long trip up to Babbacombe or an even longer trip to Brixham, which seems to becoming a bit of a 'no go' area at the moment. And there are plenty of people, not just children, around the Bay who need reminding how to cross the road. So spread them around please, there are plenty of other bus shelters.