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YOUNGSTERS have helped brighten up a Liverpool building site while learning about safety.

Pupils at Beacon CE Primary School in Everton painted designs promoting health and safety in the community onto hard hats and vests.

The activities were part of a community art project to educate youngsters about keeping safe.

Their design work can be seen on display at the entrance to the ROK building site on Blackfield Street, Kirkdale.

Company bosses have also explained the dangers of playing on and around building sites.

Teacher Faye Brown said: "The children have gained a great deal from the project and have thoroughly enjoyed it. They particularly enjoyed decorating their hats and taking them home."

The firm is continuing their campaign to promote community safety and awareness of the dangers of building sites to children through a variety of school art projects across the region.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 20, 2009
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