Girvan Co-Operative launch Be Seen Be Safe Campaign.

The Co-Operative Funeral Care in Girvan’s Dalrymple Street has teamed up with national road safety charity Brake to to encourage schools to help make children aware about road safety.

The Co-Operative funeral cares Mari Blackwood presented high visibility badges to the pupils at Girvan Playgroup on Friday 25 October.

“We are helping to raise awareness of the importance of being visible on the road during dark nights. With the clocks about to go back, darker mornings and evenings mean that children need to take extra care on their journeys to and from school,” said Mari Blackwood.

“We are delighted to be supporting this initiative by Co-operative Funeralcare which emphasises the importance of road safety to our pupils,” said Rhona Walker from Girvan Playgroup.