VOLUNTEERS are being sought for a campaign to help secondary pupils across Sheffield become the safe drivers of the future.
Schools around the city want to take part in the Peugeot Student Road Safety Awards - but the scheme doesn’t have enough people to carry out visits.
The aim is to encourage 11 to 18-year-olds to create unique projects that will help raise awareness of road safety in a suitable way for their age group.
Volunteers would visit schools to give a wider talk about road safety and explain that the winning campaign would save lives.
For more details on how to become a volunteer, contact Paul Kerr on 01926 403 212 or 07503 684 772 or visit www.peugeotstudentroadsafetyawards.co.uk to enter the competition.