Road Safety Show 2014

by Caroline D
 

This is much more than a fun day out for 2500 school children in and around Tunbridge Wells. The 2014 Road Safety Show can help prevent causalities and save children's lives.

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For the last three years, TWITA (Tunbridge Wells Is Traffic Aware) have supported National Road Safety week with a Road Safety show for school children. Captain Safety and his puppets teach the important road safety lessons, and we always finish the show with a rousing sing-a-long!

The Road Safety show costs £1000 to produce but the more we raise, the more we can do and every penny of extra money raised will be put to good use:

  • £1,200 raised will let us gift a road safety goody bag for every child
  • £1,500 raised will let us gift road safety goody bag for every child AND hire coaches for the children from our rural primary schools who otherwise couldn't attend the show

The local fire brigade very generously funded our 2012 and 2013 shows, which were great successes, but we don't have funding for this year - yet! That's where you come in, just make a promise - please.

The show teaches vital road safety messages to over 2,500 primary school children, and we also organise a road safety roadshow to tour primary schools across the area... just £5 will go a long way to improving road safety for our children.

The Road Safety show is completely free for the school children to attend, and we’d like to keep it that way, so make a promise - please.

Help us continue the work to improve road safety awareness for school-age children, please show your support and make a promise – the show must go on!

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