Claypool Primary kids in Horwich get new high-vis vests

Chris Hart with, from left, Phoebe Bird, aged seven, Charlie Hart, aged five, James Thornborrow-Jones, aged six, and five-year-old Gabriella Clark.

Phoebe, Archie Fisher, aged four, and Oliver Sinclair, aged nine, in their new jackets

First published in News

YOUNGSTERS and teachers at Claypool Primary School in Horwich are that little bit safer thanks to the donation of 275 high visibility vests and coats from a Bolton traffic management company.

2 Works Traffic Management carried out works near the school in Chorley New Road for Bolton Council in last year.

The work involved two-way temporary traffic signals being installed for use in peak hours, but the disruption prompted 2 Works managing director Chris Hart to make the donation.

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11:53am Tue 14 Jan 14

bernie boy says...

Stop the press!
Stop the press! bernie boy
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9:33pm Wed 15 Jan 14

steveG says...

I well remember being issued with such attire whilst in Primary school.
The term we used then was diddy jackets.
I well remember being issued with such attire whilst in Primary school. The term we used then was diddy jackets. steveG
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