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Award winner releases new production

12 February 2014

Story from Road Safety GB

The Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership has released a new production as part of its 2fast2soon campaign which is designed to reduce the number of young people killed and injured on the county’s roads.

2fast2soon was recognised with a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in 2010 for its programme aimed at educating, training and protecting drivers aged 17-24.

Launched in 2008, 2fast2soon is delivered in 3 phases - theatre production, workshops in schools and practical driver training. LRSP says that approximately 2,000 students benefit from the programme each year.
 
The new production, Kirsty's Story, is described by LRSP as “a thought provoking, emotional and tragic story of one family”. A trailer promoting it has been launched on YouTube.
 

 

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