Road Safety Week Launched

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Road Safety Week Launched

Post by GD on Mon 19 Nov 2012, 6:00 pm

Islanders are getting a lesson in road safety this week.

Jersey's Road Safety Panel's launching it's campaign aimed at cutting down the amount of accidents on our roads.

Each day they'll be highlighting a different area - from motorbike riding to taking care as a pedestrian.

Each Year 11 class is seeing a play called 'Too Much Punch For Judy' that tells the true story of two sisters who went out drinking, with one of them driving home and killing the other. A workshop after will discuss the issues surrounding it.

As part of the week 10 islanders are also taking part in a driving challenge on Saturday.

They'll be going out with examiners to see just how good they are behind the wheel, with a prize for the winner.

If you would like to take part should contact Road Safety Officer Philip Blake on 612222 or p.blake@jersey.pnn.police.uk


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