Be seen is the message to primary kids

Dundas Estates donated 30 high visibility bags to the Visually Impaired department at Knowetop Primary School to keep the children safe this winter.
Dundas Estates donated 30 high visibility bags to the Visually Impaired department at Knowetop Primary School to keep the children safe this winter.
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Dundas Estates joined forces with Knowetop Primary to reinforce the importance of road safety and being visible during dark winter months.

Children from the Motherwell school received a special road safety pack from the house builder containing a visibility rucksack and bicycle spoke reflector.

Dundas Estates donated 30 high visibility bags to the Visually Impaired department to keep the children safe this winter.

Heather Birrell, sales and marketing manager for Dundas Estates, said: “Community investment is extremely important to us and we are proud to work in partnership with Knowetop Primary to promote children’s safety this winter.

“These packs reinforce the importance of children being visible to motorists during the dark days and nights.

“It was a pleasure for our team to visit pupils in Knowetop Primary. We hope this simple measure will help to ensure pupils can make a safe journey to school throughout winter.”

Dundas Estates’ Baron’s Gate development is located in the North Lodge area of the town, and comprises 79 three, four and five-bedroom detached family homes.