Blackrod Church Primary School pupil wins tablet computer in high-vis jacket competition

The Bolton News: Blayze presented his award of a tablet by Cllr Ann Cunliffe and Janet Massey, Bolton Council road safety officer Blayze presented his award of a tablet by Cllr Ann Cunliffe and Janet Massey, Bolton Council road safety officer

CHRISTMAS came early for Blackrod Church Primary School pupil Blayze Armitage, who won a tablet computer.

He was the winner of the “Be Bright Be Seen” competition and was given his prize by Cllr Ann Cunliffe at a special assembly held at the school.

The competition was funded by Horwich and Blackrod councillors Stephen Pickup, Ann Cunliffe and Lindsey Kell through the Area Forum and supported by Bolton Council’s Road Safety Unit.

The competition was held between the four primary schools in the ward of Horwich and Blackrod to encourage pupils to wear hi-vis jackets.

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1:35am Fri 13 Dec 13

Blackrod says...

Well deserved in the busy area. The other blackrod primary should have given them to the parents who drag their kids across the road anywhere between parked and oncoming cars, and they have a lollipop right outside the gate!!
Well deserved in the busy area. The other blackrod primary should have given them to the parents who drag their kids across the road anywhere between parked and oncoming cars, and they have a lollipop right outside the gate!! Blackrod

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