YOUTH MONTH: GO GEORGE focuses on youngsters and Covid safety

Youth Month lucky draw

Moeez Ahmed (12) was the lucky winner of the GO GEORGE Youth Month lucky draw. Tyron Jeyi, GO GEORGE Community Liaison Officer, handed over his drawstring bag with a variety of branded items.

The GO GEORGE bus service has made extra effort during Youth Month to get the Covid-safety message across to the youth and to create awareness of the role each member of society needs to fulfil during the pandemic.

Engaging with learners in a safe way without visiting schools and addressing groups of children, the GO GEORGE communication champions have been visiting bus stops near the schools to hand out small, refillable bottles of hand sanitiser branded with a message from Georgie, the GO GEORGE mascot: Your safety, our concern. Learners were also reminded to keep a safe distance, to wear their masks correctly, covering both the mouth and nose, and never to pull it down when talking to someone.

Commemorating Youth Month, young people between the ages of 12 and 20 were invited to participate in a lucky draw which could be accessed from the GO GEORGE Facebook page. The lucky winner has received a GO GEORGE drawstring bag with a variety of branded items.

For more information or any bus-related enquiries, please phone the GO GEORGE Call Centre on 0800 044 044, visit this website, or follow the GO GEORGE Facebook page for the latest news and service updates.

George High sanitised

George High: The George High School learners were surprised and happy to be handed a pocket-sized and refillable bottle of hand sanitiser from the GO GEORGE communication champions.

 

Eden Tech sanitised

Eden Tech: These young men from Eden Technical High School each received a small bottle of hand sanitiser from the GO GEORGE communication champions. A tag attached to the bottle invited them to participate in the GO GEORGE Youth Month lucky draw.


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