Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Dogs Trust joins Met Police, RNLI and more for Be Safe Week

Hot on the heels of telling you all about things you might not know about us, here's an event you might not have heard about yet that we're taking part in. Natalie Dexter (pictured), one of our Education Officers, tells us more:

The Transport for London Safety & Citizenship team has put together a group of special guests including us for Be Safe Week at the London Transport Museum next week. It'll be a fun five days of learning about safety in the lovely setting of the museum and a hopefully sunny Covent Garden Piazza.

Throughout the Museum there will be drop-in workshops run by London Ambulance Service, Westminster Council Road Safety Team, London Fire Brigade, Metropolitan Police, RNLI and of course Dogs Trust all giving practical skills and advice around personal safety.

Plus it’s free for all under-16s! Tickets are otherwise £13.50/£10 conc. but are good for unlimited entrance for an entire year.

Here's the info again:

Be Safe Week at the London Transport Museum
22-26 August 2011
Daily 11-5pm

See you there?

1 comment:

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