Free reflective discs for children in Kent with kmfm and KCC's Be Bright Be Seen campaign 2020
Are you a teacher, sports coach or community leader in Kent who would like free reflective discs for children in your care to help keep them safe on the roads this winter?
With more children soon to be travelling to school during darker hours we want to make sure they can Be Bright Be Seen.
Our fantastic campaign with sister radio station kmfm and Kent County Council's Road Safety Team is back - along with another bumper supply of the popular free reflective discs to give away.
With the nights drawing in and the clocks soon to be turning back on October 25 we want to make sure children in the county are visible as they walk to and from school, after school clubs or activities.
The darker hours can make it much harder for motorists to see pedestrians or those on scooters or bikes and whilst drivers must be extra vigilant adults and children must also make sure they are dressed appropriately.
We have 20,000 kmfm and KCC Road Safety Team 'Be Bright Be Seen' reflective keyrings for children in Kent, which will be delivered to schools and groups this year.
These can be hung on bags or lunchboxes, onto a bag or coat or even fixed to a bike or scooter to show up in the dark when caught by street and car lights.
They could even be used as part of a school project or special assembly to remind children of the importance of being visible as the evenings draw in.
To apply for a batch of keyrings for your class, year group or community club - to a maximum of 500 keyrings - simply visit the kmfm special Be Bright Be Seen page here and submit your application.
Following an amazing amount of requests previously for our reflective keyrings, unfortunately we are unable to supply to all requests but we will distribute all 20,000 at random once entries close.