Being Seen, Being Safe: Glencoe students get hi-ves vests


Glencoe deputy principal Elizabeth Ann Tansy, Sgt Paul Trimble, students, Tania Gigg ands Taryn Palermo.
Glencoe deputy principal Elizabeth Ann Tansy, Sgt Paul Trimble, students, Tania Gigg ands Taryn Palermo.

HALLS Head Central shopping centre presented 400 Glencoe Primary School students with high visibility vests continuing its long association with the Being Seen, Being Safe road safety campaign.

The campaign aims to protect children travelling to and from school by wearing high visibility vests to make them more visible to drivers.

Centro manager Nigel Haines and Halls Head Central marketing manager Taryn Palermo joined Sergeant Paul Trimble from WA Police and Tania Gigg from School Drug Education and Road Aware to present the vests at a special road safety workshop.

Mr Haines said more than 1000 vests had been presented to local primary school students in the past 18 months.