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Be Bright, Be Seen, is the message from Radio West Norfolk presenter Simon Rowe this winter.

As the daylight hours reduce he is visiting schools with safety stickers as part of a safety campaign.

School children are being educated on being visible on the streets as it gets darker early by wearing safety stickers which Mr Rowe delivers to schools.

Simon Rowe, Director of Radio West Norfolk visited Gaywood Commnity Primary School with safety stickers as part of the Be Bright, Be Seen campaign. (52950496)
Simon Rowe, Director of Radio West Norfolk visited Gaywood Commnity Primary School with safety stickers as part of the Be Bright, Be Seen campaign. (52950496)

He said: "As part of the Be Bright, Be Seen campaign I have thousands of stickers to deliver to children in schools all over Lynn and surrounding areas.

"It is getting darker day by day and anything that helps children being seen the better.

"We gave stickers out at Fawkes In The Walks, which I hosted in association with the council, which proved really popular.

"Now I am appealing to schools who would like the stickers that children can put on their coats and bags or on their bikes.

"It creates a sense of community which is what Radio West Norfolk is all about to make a positive difference."

"East Coast Signs helped with the printing and I work with Learning Resources Education Toymaker."

Schools who are interested in the campaign can email studio@radiowestnorfolk.co.uk for further information



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