Parents urged to do safety homework before booking holidays

With half-term and Easter on the horizon it’s likely that many parents will now be turning their attention to booking a family break. RoSPA is urging those with children to prepare some potentially life-saving questions before scouring the net for deals or visiting their High Street travel agent for advice. Research conducted by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents shows that in the seven years up to 2009, 67 British children, aged 0 to 17, drowned while on holiday abroad.

Read more on the RoSPA website…