We are proud supporters of the Safer Journeys Expo which is designed to educate young people about safety in and around vehicles and to raise road safety awareness.
About 1600 Year 11 students from across Otago will attend the Survivor 2020 Safer Journeys Expo at the Edgar Centre on 14–16 March.
Dunedin City Council Road Safety Advisor Deborah Palmer says, “The expo aims to make young people more aware of how to stay safe while driving.”
The expo will include a crash scenario, with the real life cause and effects of a crash. Students will learn about modified vehicles, speed, alcohol, road safety and the human cost of crashes.
Funeral Directors John Finlayson and Donna Jenkins play a part in the crash scene which gives a small insight into the policies and procedures we follow after someone dies. It also gives the students an idea of all the choices that are left for the family to make when arranging a funeral service. John and Donna create a mock funeral service which includes a casket and service sheets.
Our Printing and Multimedia Department design and print a 36 page workbook and the service sheets. This year we printed 1700 workbooks.
Hope and Sons are contemporary yet respectful of tradition, being a five generation funeral family caring for the Dunedin, Mosgiel, and Otago communities.
Send Michael Hope a message at email@example.com