BHIT

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BHITBicycle Helmet Initiative Trust (UK)
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The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust, a national charity, which provides educational programmes about safer cycling practices, has joined forces with WD-40 Multi-Use Product to launch a competition.
Road safety group Brake and the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust are jointly supporting a campaign with Powys County Council and Dyfed Powys Police, which will engage local schools to raise awareness of the dangers of not wearing a cycle helmet.
Coulthard, patron of the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust, said: 'I personally wear a helmet because I am well aware of the risks and how vulnerable the head is.
Coulthard, who is patron of the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust, said: 'I wear a helmet because I am well aware of the risks and how vulnerable the head is.
The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust wants to reward safety-conscious youngsters during the school holidays.
Mrs Lee won a Nurse of the Year award in 1995 after she launched the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust in Reading.
The other charities set to benefit are the Uphill Ski Club of Great Britain, Coventry Friends of Home Farm Trust, the special care baby unit at Warwick Hospital, Disability Sport England (West Midlands branch) and the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust.
PARKS are more dangerous than roads for child cyclists, according to new research by the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust.
The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust has been awarded pounds 117,000 to spread its work nationwide.
Joshua was one of five winners in a week long competition organised by the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust.
ANGIE Lee, a nurse in the children's accident ward at Reading's Royal Berkshire Hospital, has set up the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust after caring for so many youngsters with head injuries.
Angela started the Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust after Philip's accident and won a Nurse of the Year award in 1995 for her campaign.
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