Hull City legend Dean Windass to kick-off road safety campaign
EAST YORKSHIRE: Hull City legend Dean Windass is to kick-off a new road safety campaign.
The ex-Tiger is supporting the launch of Speed Dating, an innovative campaign by East Yorkshire charity Take One Moment (Tom) Foundation.
Speed Dating will take place at schools and colleges this winter, when young people get the chance to quiz officers from the emergency services.
The charity was set up by the family and friends of Driffield teenager Tom Atkinson, who was killed as a passenger in a road accident in Germany in 2005.
CAR KEYS AND REMOTES "FREE REMOTE KEY FOB BATTERY" 01482 423414 ...View details
FOR ALL YOUR CAR KEY NEEDS CALL US NOW ON
SNAPPED KEYS, LOST KEYS, KEYS LOCKED IN VEHICLES,
WE ALSO REPAIR 90% OF ALL REMOTES AND KEYS, NO FIX NO CHARGE.
Terms: FREE REMOTE KEY FOB BATTERY ONE PER CUSTOMER
Contact: 01482 423414
Valid until: Friday, May 31 2013
Rosie Atkinson, founder of the Tom Foundation, is hoping the Speed Dating format will appeal to young people, as well as showing them what they can do to stay safer on the roads.
She said: "It's the first time we've worked with all the emergency services and we'll all be giving our own perspective while speaking with one voice about the dangers of reckless driving."
Windass will be at the launch at East Riding College in Beverley on Tuesday.