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Translink ‘Life Better Connected’ mural huge hit at Fairhill Shopping Centre

Brendan and Eirnn Johnston at Fairhill Shopping Centre delighted to be colouring in Danni Simpson’s illustration which reflects all these special connections enabled by public transport.

Brendan and Eirnn Johnston at Fairhill Shopping Centre delighted to be colouring in Danni Simpson’s illustration which reflects all these special connections enabled by public transport.


Translink continued their Life Better Connected roadshow at Fairhill Shopping Centre last weekend!


Members of the public were invited to join Team Translink at Fairhill to colour the large-scale mural designed by Belfast-based Australian street artist Danni Simpson, to support Translink’s ‘Life Better Connected’ campaign.



The specially commissioned urban style mural depicts well known places and connections around Northern Ireland.

 

The emotive campaign tells the story about how public transport enables connections that matter, bringing to life how Translink strengthens communities, supports the economy, sustains the health and education of local people, and how switching to public transport is vital for carbon reduction and climate change. 



Jamie, Lucy Fulton and Translink’s Karina Kustavo in Fairhill Shopping Centre making colourful connections at Translink’s Life Better Connected Roadshow.

L-R: Jamie, Lucy Fulton and Translink’s Karina Kustavo in Fairhill Shopping Centre making colourful connections at Translink’s Life Better Connected Roadshow.


The roadshow will continue to travel around the province over the coming weeks to various locations throughout Northern Ireland including:


  • The Quays – Sat 2nd September

  • Abbey Centre – Sat 9th September

 

Team Translink will then be out and about in NI bringing the artwork further afield.

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