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Urmston Co-op backs 'Be safe Be Seen' campaign
2:41pm Wednesday 31st October 2012 in News
ROAD safety advice is being given to Urmston primary school pupils as part of a ‘Be Safe Be Seen’ campaign aiming to help them stay safe as the dark nights approach.
The Co-operative Funeralcare store in Urmston has teamed up with road safety charity Brake to encourage schools to make children more are of road safety, particular when the clocks go back at the end of this month.
Co-op Funeralcare has been donating high visibility reflective badges to pupils at Trafford schools for some years, which Mike Oglesby from the Urmston store said has helped raise awareness of the importance of being visible on the road Anita Harrop, Head of English Martyrs Primary School, Urmston, said: “We are delighted to be supporting this initiative by the Urmston Co-operative Funeralcare which emphasises the importance of road safety to our pupils.”