And The Winners are......2021 Anti Dog Fouling Poster Competition


Pictured above is the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Joe Kavanagh holding up the overall winner, Jennifer Lin's poster.

16th June 2021

Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Joe Kavanagh has announced the winners of this year's Cork City Council Anti-Dog Fouling Poster Competition.

The overall winning entry was from Jennifer Lin, 4th Class, Scoil Mhuire Junior School, Wellington Road.  Jennifer received a trophy, €100 gift voucher and won €500 for her school.

In addition a further 24 pupils won prizes of €50 gift vouchers each and the following schools won best school in the 5 Electoral Areas of the city and a prize of €250 each.


North East Electoral Ward:               St, Josephs, Riverstown

North West Electoral Ward:              Scoil Aiseírí Chríost

South Central Electoral Ward:          Scoil Maria Assumpta

South East Electoral Ward:               Scoil Bhríde, Eglantine

South West Electoral Ward:              Scoil Eoin, Ballincollig


The Lord Mayor and Litter Warden Noel Long hold up a selection of the winning entries

Due to Covid-19 restrictions this year’s Anti Dog Fouling Poster Competition was run on-line and there were over 800 entries. 

The Lord Mayor said, "The artwork, imagination and understanding of the issue of dog fouling displayed by the entrants was of a very high standard, it was tough to choose winners.  It's great to see that not only does Cork have a super-talented generation of young artists coming up, but also a group of young citizens who are concerned about our environment and doing the right thing to keep our communities and public spaces clean and beautiful for all to use safely.  Maith sibh!"