Hutchinson Engineering Services Ltd have announced the
winner of the Children’s safety message drawing competition.
Hutchinson’s decided to pick five drawings that they thought
would be the best to put on their vehicles. They will be going on the side of
two lorries and one van.
Testing your smoke alarms, do not play with matches and to
not use your phone whilst driving are all messages that you will be able to see
on the vehicles soon. All the winners are from children between the ages of 6
Ryan Easom, from Hutchinson Engineering Services Ltd, said:
“We have worked along side Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service for the last
three years running safety days in local primary schools. We always run a
poster competition to see what the children have learnt from our visits.”
“Due to the current situation we had to cancel our visits,
so we took the opportunity to run the competition online. Our aim is to teach
young children how to ‘Stay Safe, Be Seen’.”
On behalf of Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service and
Hutchinson’s Engineering Services Ltd, we would like to thank everybody who
took the time to enter.
Education and PART manager at NFRS, Rebecca Casterton said:
“It’s great that we have had so many entries to the competition and that the
children in Nottinghamshire are keen to show their awareness on safety.”
Please note: Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the children
are not able to have their picture opportunity or to fetch their goodie bag,
however this will be done when social distancing restrictions are lifted.