Last week, saw our Epsom & Ewell and Mole Valley ‘Junior Citizen’ child safety event draw to a close.  Held at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Stand at Epsom Down Racecourse, the event played host to over 1,700 Year 6 pupils from local primary schools across the 2 boroughs, over a 3-week period, giving them the opportunity to participate in a number of interactive safety workshops.  These pupils are at an important stage in their lives as they prepare to transition from primary to secondary school.

The workshops were presented by British Transport Police, Network Rail, Hope UK, the RNLI, Thames Basin Heaths Partnership, Child Safety Media and St John Ambulance. and covered a range of topics designed to help the pupils to stay safe in the future.  In addition to thanking our workshops teams, we would also like to thank our sponsors Atkins and the Jockey Club, for without their support this vital educational project would not have been possible.

On Friday, 8 March, we had a VIP Day and were honoured to welcome the Deputy Lieutenant to the Surrey Lieutenancy, His Honour Christopher Critchlow, Cllr Rob Geleit, Mayor of Epsom & Ewell BC and Cllr Patricia Wiltshire, Chair, Mole Valley District Council, who all witnessed the safety education workshops, along with pupils and teachers from Oakfield Junior School in Fetcham.

Our on-site event coordinators this year were Wendy Roberts and Athina Inneh, and our final thanks must go to the Epsom Racecourse Team who made us all very welcome.

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