Pupils’ posters boost police drink drive campaign

PUBLISHED: 19:00 18 December 2010

Barrow primary school,  children with their winning  posters to promote police drink driving campaign Isobelle, Daisy and Joe.

Barrow primary school, children with their winning posters to promote police drink driving campaign Isobelle, Daisy and Joe.


ARTY pupils at Berrow Primary School helped boost a campaign launched by the police to warn about drink-driving with their poster designs.

The posters will be shown in pubs and shops across Burnham and the surrounding villages as part of an annual competition by Burnham police.

Isobelle Rihal won first prize, Joseph Wall came second and Daisy Kilduff came third, and they were treated to a trip round Burnham’s police station where they visited the cells, had their fingerprints taken and were given a breath-test.

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