Lancashire supports Be Bright campaign
Lancashire's road safety group is supporting the DfT's Be Bright Be Seen campaign by giving away star shaped fluorescent stickers to promote the campaign messages.
Clare Farrer, deputy road safety group manager, said: "We get lots of requests for high visibility items at this time of year.
"The fluorescent stickers are a great way to support the DfT campaign as they can be used by children and adults on bags to help them be seen during the day when visibility is poor."
For more information call Katie McGee on 01772 532960.
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