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Cheshire Fire and Rescue Cadets pick up national road safety award

12th September 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Cadets have picked up a national road safety honour.

Working for a Brake campaign, the youngsters are encouraging other young people to become creative and promote life-saving road safety messages to the wider community, resulting in them picking up a 2young2die award, reports the Crewe Chronicle.

The winning entry is a series of three short films, each of which are researched, scripted and produced by teams of cadets from Congleton, Sandbach and Runcorn.

All of these focus on the topic of speeding, drink-driving and seatbelts, with the films set to be used by fire crews in workshops with local schools and colleges across the year.

The cadets will collect their award at Brake's annual reception at the Houses of Parliament in January. 

Safe driving becomes particularly important at this time of year when we approach darker nights and colder temperatures, which can bring adverse conditions such as heavy rain and snow, posing significant danger to road users.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801636749-ADNFCR


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