Hampshire motorists asked to 'Choose 30' in rural villages
Hampshire’s road safety team is running a campaign to persuade people that reducing their speed in a rural village can have a big impact on the local community.
The ‘Choose 30’ publicity campaign compliments Hampshire’s Village 30 project, an ongoing scheme to reduce speed limits in villages where the community requests it, and the location fits set criteria.
The campaign includes radio and bus back advertising, posters, leaflets, bin stickers, news releases and articles, beer mats and village shop bags promoting the message.
Parishes are encouraged to publicise the campaign in their area using a Choose 30 media pack.
For more information contact Charlotte Tilling on 01962 832204.
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