Drowning Prevention Week has begun! 22nd – 30th June 2013

Drowning Prevention Week has begun!

This national campaign aims to reduce the number of drowning and near drowning incidences that occur in the UK.

The awareness raising campaign is predominantly aimed at children, and throughout the week water safety is promoted in schools, leisure centres, local communities, businesses and widely through the media.

A host of free resources that help to deliver water safety messages are available on the website http://www.drowningpreventionweek.org.uk, such as an animated film, interactive games, children’s activities, leaflets, lesson plans and pool session ideas.

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Drowning Prevention Week 2013

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Drowning Prevention Week 22nd – 30th June 2013

Drowning Prevention Week is runs from 22nd to the 30th June 2013, is a national campaign run by the Royal Life Saving Society UK to promote water safety messages and help reduce incidents of drowning.

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Drowning Prevention Week 2013

More than 400 people drown in the UK each year, and thousands suffer near-drowning experiences. Drowning Prevention Week encourages schools, clubs, leisure centres and communities to come up with new and exciting ways to show people how they can have fun and stay safe around water.

There are lots of ways you can take part, to see how you can get involved go to: http://www.drowningpreventionweek.org.uk