Tunbridge Wells is Traffic Aware - road safety booklets

by Caroline D

Help us pass on essential road safety education.

  • About
  • Backers (6)
  • Comments (1)
  • Updates

One of our biggest priorities at TWITA has been to boost road safety education for children and young people. We are looking to crowdfund the printing costs of our 2014 road safety booklets, which will be distributed to every school in the area.

We need to pass on the basic road safety education that used to be an essential component of the school curriculum. Let’s remind our children to stop, look and listen, to wear reflective gear on their walk home from school, and to wear helmets when cycling. These are simple lessons, but must be taught sooner rather than later.

Thank you for your support. Every promise counts - if you believe in the work that we do, every little helps!

Who are we?

TWITA (Tunbridge Wells is Traffic Aware) was founded in 2011 after I heard about a fatal car crash in North Farm.  This sad news depressed me and the more I learnt, the more concerned I became about the young lives that are being needlessly cut short.

Since then, with the help of our partners and funders, we have done much to improve road safety in the borough. I’m proud of what we have achieved so far, but there is, however, still a lot that can be done to make our roads safer for everyone. Despite it’s importance in saving lives, there is no funding for the road safety work that TWITA does. We are determined to continue anyway, which is why we are turning to the crowd for help.

Visit project website