Our local PCSO, Lindsey Whitehead, has been to Chelford primary school this morning to deliver a Bonfire safety presentation to the whole school.
She will be at High Legh school this afternoon (Monday 13th October) again delivering the same message. Her aim is to promote safety awareness to both children and parents to prevent them having accidents around this time of year. This also helps reduce the demand on the other emergency services.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Services have some sound advise on bonfire safety. For more information, click here
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