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

......THE BOSS......

"Always be yourself because the people who mind don't matter, and the people who matter don't mind"


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