Sefton Council’s Highways Safety team are to hold a special senior’s road safety event in Ainsdale.
Drivers and other senior road users over the age of 60 years are invited to attend the event at Ainsdale Methodist Church, 688 Liverpool Road, Ainsdale on Tuesday November 13 at 10am.
Sefton’s Highways Team are hoping to use this event to promote safer use of the highway for both pedestrians and road users.
This is the latest in a series of Senior Road User events which have been taking place across Sefton over the last three years.
Cllr John Fairclough, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Locality Services, said: “Over the last few years there have been an increasing number of casualties involving the over 60s age group in collisions across Merseyside.
“That’s why our Highways Safety team at Sefton Council want to use these types of events to proactively promote safer use of the roads for both pedestrians and motorists.
“The aim is to highlight road safety issues that may affect road users over the age of 60 such as diminishing eyesight, medications and how their driving is affected.”
Guest speakers at the event will include representatives from Merseyside Police, Mersey Fire & Rescue Service, Specsavers and local health clinicians.
Lunch, as well as tea and coffee will be provided free of charge for those attending, however places are limited and booking a place is essential.
To book your place contact the Highway Safety Team on 0151 934 4259.