Road Safety on the Road to Northam

Posted on: Tuesday, 21 May 2019 at 12:00:00 AM

A short 25 minute drive from Wundowie to the town of Northam reveals a number of community actions to promote road safety.

At Wundowie Primary School, a collaboration between the school and the Men’s Shed saw the production of their own version of the RAC’s 'Elephant in the Wheatbelt' (complete with baby elephant!).

Heading further along Great Eastern Highway to Bakers Hill, the Shire of Northam has erected banners produced by Bakers Hill Primary School, reminding motorists to take a break.

Finally, driving into Northam town itself, the Shire’s variable message board displayed a range of road safety messages including the message 'Slow Down, Enjoy the Ride'.

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Pictured above: The elephant on display in Wundowie; Bakers Hill Primary School road safety banners on display along Great Eastern Highway. 

To find out how you can get involved in addressing road safety issues in the Wheatbelt North region, email Road Safety Advisor Cliff Simpson csimpson@walga.asn.au or call 0409 686 138.

 

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