Article from Third Force News
The RNLI charity has launched itself into the virtual world of Minecraft.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) wants kids addicted to the game to take part in a “Beach Builder Challenge” where they can have fun and also learn how to stay safe around water this summer.
Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership has a focus on water safety and is promoting the game in the area.
Road safety awareness presentation
19:00 hours 8 February 2016
Mearns Academy, Laurencekirk
Why: to reduce local RTC casualties
Raise road safety measures in area
The public can take control of their own driving style
Raise awareness of consequences of an accident
Open to members of the public aged 16 years +
Location: Lecture room, Mearns Academy, Laurencekirk
safety presentation on a disc
Practical demonstration – in car park of Old Mearns Academy, Laurencekirk
Public can view demonstration and appreciation of experiences when using extrication techniques – noise.
Working with a local partner (Tower Garage, Laurencekirk)
Issue a voucher on the night for free tyre and light check for their vehicle
Prize draw – free MOT.
Presentation; 19:00 – 19:45
Practical; 20:00 – 20:30
Laurencekirk and Stonehaven RDS personnel.
An EGM of the Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group will be held on Thursday 25th June 2015 at Invercarron Resource Centre, Stonehaven
A G E N D A
- Welcome and Introduction
- Minutes of AGM
- Matters Arising/Correspondence
- Open Discussion on the future of K&MCSG
- Possible formation of committee and election of office bearers.
- Financial Report & Applications for funding
- In the event of failure of Item 5 – Dissolution of Group
Interim Chair/Vice Chair/Acting Secretary (but I refuse to make the tea)