North East chairman Paul Watson says there is a tendency to see a "big spike" in drink-driving cases during major football tournaments.
Schools can go to the RSGB
NE website to download materials to display on walls and for children to take home, which gives advice about staying safe as pedestrians, cyclists, and car passengers.
North East chairman Paul Watson, holding the ball, with road safety officers Angela Burnett and Peter Slater, along with traffic officers from the region's forces
Amateur radio societies and instructors are all issued with child protection guidelines by the RSGB
in association with the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Church of England.
As a result, RSGB
was commissioned in September 2000 to conduct a survey establishing that information.
Road Safety GB North East (RSGB
NE) is being joined by police, fire officers, and the Police and Crime Commissioners from Cleveland and Durham, in the regional initiative to help safeguard cyclists and educate roadusers about safer overtaking.
Omnibus questioned 4,000 people for the survey.
Omnibus questioned 2,000 people during July for Alliance & Leicester and the same group questioned 2,000 people on June 22 for Insight Investment.
Paul Cooper, head of mortgages at Alliance & Leicester, said: ``The biggest worry for homebuyers is getting through the move with their nerves and crockery intact.'' # RSGB
Omnibus questioned 2,000 people between May 21 and 25.
questioned 1,000 people face-toface during January.
Deputy headteacher Sarah Brady, who invited RSGB
NE into school to give a presentation to pupils on road safety, said: "Road safety is always something we talk to pupils about.