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Joe's bright idea shines in road safety poster competition

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Ten-year-old Joe Williams, a pupil at Heath Hayes Primary School, Heath
Hayes, Cannock, has won a competition organised by local housing
refurbishment specialist Lovell to design a road safety poster.

Six local schools took part in the competition run in conjunction with
Cannock Chase District Council.

Joe's winning entry - designed to encourage children to make sure they can
be seen by drivers when out and about - shows a boy on a zebra crossing
wearing high-visibility clothing and gloves with the slogan Be Bright

"Well done to Joe for coming up with a powerful poster which really gets the
message across," says Lovell resident liaison coordinator Debbie Adams who
organised the competition.

The poster competition was judged by Anne Ames, chair of the Chase Tenants'
and Residents' Federation and Ian Tennant, head of housing for Cannock Chase
Council. Lovell, which has local offices in Martindale, Hawks Green,
Cannock, has been working with Cannock Chase Council since 2003, helping
deliver the local authority's major programme of improvements for council
homes in the area.

To celebrate his win, Lovell presented Joe's school with 60 mini
high-visibility reflective vests that pupils can use on outings as well as
high-visibility wrist bands. Joe also received tickets to take six friends
for a Laser Tag game.

"We had some great entries in the competition and they all showed that the
children were thinking carefully about road safety and the importance of
staying safe when they're out," says Debbie Adams of Lovell. "Now that it's
autumn and the nights are drawing in, it's particularly important that
youngsters understand how they can make sure they can be seen on darker
mornings and evenings."

Police community support officer Davina Hickman also helped support the
poster competition.
22nd Nov 2010, 12:37  

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