Communities - take action for safer roads
Are you a community campaigner, or do you run a local society or club? Then register now to take part in Road Safety Week!
Road safety is a community issue. Dangers such as fast drivers and lack of safe crossings blight communities across the UK. Road Safety Week is the ideal time for local people to get together and run awareness-raising activities, campaigns or events.
It's easy to take part. Last year, many communities ran local events, like residents in Headington, Oxfordshire (pictured), who were joined by Brake mascot Zak the Zebra to highlight increasing traffic and call for new crossings.
Join hundreds of community groups who have signed up to campaign or fundraise during the Week, and we'll stay in touch with you along the way, helping you run great activities. To get your Road Safety Week action pack of tips and downloadable resources, register today!
If you can't run activities but want to help, please support us with a secure online donation or call 01484 559909 to donate by credit card.
How to get involved
We are currently developing some brand new resources, but below are just a few ideas to get you started. If you register using our online form, you'll receive a free online action pack with lots more advice, ideas and resources linked to this year's theme of the Brake Pledge.
Download and share our Road Safety Week marketing flyer to encourage people to register and get involved: Road Safety Week 2016 marketing flyer