Road Safety Village at the Royal Highland Show 21st to 24th June


Road Safety Village RHS

Road Safety Scotland (part of Transport Scotland) and the Scottish Government are teaming up with a host of road safety and driving experts, ranging from the Police, the Fire and Rescue Service, Safety Camera Partnership, the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and many more for the Royal Highland Show at Ingliston on 21-24 June.

They will be on hand in the Show’s Road Safety Village offering expert advice on a range of road safety issues – from seatbelts and speeding to drink and drug driving. With a large number of Show attendees hailing from rural areas, a focus on risky driving behaviours on rural routes is especially relevant.

Julie Roy, Lothian and Borders Safety Camera Partnership manager said: “It’s great to be involved with the Road Safety Village for the third year. The Village concept allows many organisations involved in road safety to get their message out to a large amount of people. It also gives the public an opportunity to ask any questions they might have. Its not often you have so many road safety experts in one place who can give help and advice. 

Organisations in the Road Safety Village

City of Edinburgh Council @Edinburgh_CC

Driving Standards Agency (DSA)

International Rescue

LB Fire and Rescue Service @LBFire

LB Police @LBP_Police

LB Safety Camera Partnership @LBcameras

Road Safety Scotland @transcotland

Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) @RoSPA

Scottish Government @TheParliament

Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA)

 

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