BHS Kent Committee Road & Rider Awareness Evening

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BHS Kent Road & Rider Awareness Evening

Tim Ryan will be talking at the BHS Kent Committee Road & Rider Awareness Evening on Thursday 25th October at Crundale and Godmersham Village Hall.

The presentation by BHS Head Alan Hiscox is aimed at horse riders, cyclists, motor cyclists, car drivers, driving instructors and in fact ALL road users, so that we can happily co exist on ever busier roads. Expert legal advice will also be on hand.

Expert guest speakers:

Learn about the ‘Dead Slow’ and ‘Be Nice Say Hi to Cyclists’ campaigns – helping to educate drivers/cyclists to pass horses safely.

Find out how to obtain evidence, what to do with it, the legal side of the Highway Code and legal obligations.

Talk about Head Cams—are they a good idea and find out how to report incidents to the Police using helmet cams.

This is a FREE evening.

For further information please contact Abby Bourn on 07754 085866 / abby.bourn@hotmail.co.uk, www.bhs.org.uk

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