A bright idea to keep children safe

Martin Vaughan and Giles Ricks from Intergrated Services have given hi-vis jackets to the Eastmoor Community Project to keep the kids save during the winter activites.
Martin Vaughan and Giles Ricks from Intergrated Services have given hi-vis jackets to the Eastmoor Community Project to keep the kids save during the winter activites.
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YOUNGSTERS attending holiday club activities will be kept safe when out and about this winter.

Community project Getting Eastmoor Moving (GEM) helps keep children on the estate entertained during the holidays.

The team has been given 50 pink and yellow hi-vis jackets, with their GEM logo on, from local firm Integrated Services.

Development worker Dom Charkin said: “The children will wear them when out and about on the estate.

“It will make sure they can be seen by us and also to keep them safe as we are often doing projects outside.

“We are really grateful for the donation as we rely on people’s generosity to keep the project going.”

The scheme is part of Eastmoor Community Project, which is based at St Swithun’s Community Centre, on Arncliffe Road.

To find out more information about GEM and the activities they offer call 01924 361212.