Working in partnership with the financial support of South Hook, Pembrokeshire County Council once again brought together teams from Road Safety, School Transport, Domestic Abuse Services, Food Safety/ Food Standards Agency, Dyfed Powys Police, Mid and West Wales Fire Service, Welsh Ambulance Services, RNLI, Western Power and Network Rail for a successful Crucial Crew event.
Held digitally for the second year, short films encouraged classroom discussion around a range of situations in which youngsters may find themselves; from first aid and bus safety to staying safe online and whist in the vicinity of railway tracks.
The poster competition will give schools and pupils a chance to reflect on learnings with children submitting their designs for a Crucial Crew Poster by 10th December. Judging will take place on 13th December.
IMAGE CAPTION: Pupils at Milford Haven Community School are joined by Sally Jones, Road Safety Education Officer at Pembrokeshire County Council and representatives of South Hook LNG Terminal to discuss the Crucial Crew poster competition.