Green Cross Code


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Green Cross Code

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(Education) (in Britain) a code for children giving rules for road safety: first issued in 1971
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The screenplay tells of the star's journey from champion weightlifter to Green Cross Code man to one of the scariest villains of all time.
We all have a part to play in ensuring our children learn how to stay safe online, just as they need to learn the Green Cross Code.
It's a bit late to learn the green cross code for this poor rabbit.
I appeared on British television as the Green Cross Code man from 1975 to 1990 but am best known for being the body of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars film trilogy.
It shows the sheep have lost none of their guile and they have now added cracking the Green Cross Code to their list of achievements.
But some experts say the Green Cross Code should be the basis of road safety and question 20mph zones.
Reintroducing the Green Cross Code Man, aka actor David Prowse, who played the original 'Man' in the 70s and 80s (and was also the body of Darth Vader in Star Wars).
The former bodybuilder who recently revived his 1975 role as the Green Cross Code man, said he has been taking medication to try to treat the dementia symptoms.
HE saved thousands of children's lives before retiring but the Green Cross Code man is today making a comeback to teach adults to Stop, Look, Listen.
And to potentially put themselves at even more risk, nearly one in ten children (8%) admit to crossing the road while talking on their phones, texting or listening to an iPod/MP3 player and almost a fifth (18%) never follow the Green Cross Code when crossing the road.
The survey also showed that 42 per cent of the 1,317 parents questioned, and 18 per cent of the 1,000 children aged seven to 12 who were polled, did not follow the Green Cross Code when crossing roads.
The campaign's main announcement will be a new digital code - Zip it, Block it, Flag it - described as a Green Cross Code for children on the internet.