Green Cross Code


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Green Cross Code

n
(Education) (in Britain) a code for children giving rules for road safety: first issued in 1971
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Just have one outside the hardware shop and let people use the Green Cross Code at the bottom of Dunford Road.
The technology will modernise the Green Cross Code by enabling primary school pupils to experience scenarios such as pedestrian crossings, retrieving a ball from a road and crossing a road with a bike.
I grew up with him in the 70s and he was our idol, visiting our school with the green cross code, and then going to see him in the Gaiety.
As part of the campaign, Brake is promoting simple parenting tips such as asking kids to hold hands, walk for shorter journeys rather than drive and always use the Green Cross Code when looking to cross the road.
Back in April 1987, Robert Hutton, a teacher at Chapelside Primary School, devised three formats on the themes of cycling proficiency and the Green Cross Code.
"Our curious friend has not yet learned the green cross code, so if motorist's could also be vigilant!
3333 How about teaching the green cross code again, and making it illegal to cross the road/ cycle whilst wearing earphones?
The rare Batman Green Cross Code commercial starring Adam West - the Caped Crusader in the 1960s Batman series - was never shown outside the UK.
After showing the kids the error of their ways, the superhero would sign-off with: "I won't be there when you cross the road, so always use the Green Cross Code."
failing to observe the green cross code? So, 'dangerous cyclists' (they kill an average of 2.5 people a YEAR), are to be 'driven to extinction', but 'dangerous drivers' (they kill an average of five people a DAY; also child road deaths have increased by 28%) will remain free.
Simple Green Cross Code. But the buses should slow down because some just fly down."
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.