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Child Cyclists - The Other Side of the Helmet Seminar

15 July 2011

One Day Seminar on Child Cyclist Safety  Thursday 15th September 2011
Madejski Conference Centre Reading (off M4 Junction 11)

Child cyclists remain a significant injury concern against other child road users.
The seminar aims to update participants on current research findings, psychology
of children and young people and the difficulties we face when trying to engage,
train and encourage safer cycling practices amongst this group of road users. The
seminar will bring together those who have an interest in child cyclists’ safety and
will allow for an open discussion to see how we can develop future initiatives and
joint working.


The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust
Child Cyclist Safety Seminar
71 Milford Road
Reading RG1 8LG

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