Southern people are concerned about road risk. Conversations about road deaths and serious injury are taking place but often in people’s homes and between friends. Many people aren’t sharing their thoughts publicly. One of the aims of the Any number is too many programme is to change this. You can play your part by ordering or downloading materials.
Make a public declaration that the level of risk on our roads is something you care about and want to change. You’ll be joining emergency responders and other members of your community in declaring Any number is too many.
When others see the Any number is too many message repeated, they’ll know there’s a supportive community out there ready to listen and take action. This will make it easier for them to join in too.
You can also pick up materials from the following places:
Our programme partners are using Any number is too many branded tape in prominent and unexpected places to start conversations and show their support.
Put up a poster on a community notice board, in a shop window, in a window at home, at your desk, or at your local club to show your support.
Wear one at home, to the gym, or when you’re out and about.
Put one on your letterbox, on the bumper of your car, or give some to your kids to put on their lunchbox or school bag.
These display boxes are great for placing on a reception desk or shop counter so anyone can pick up a sticker.