The City of Torre-Pacheco in collaboration with the area of â€‹â€‹Road Safety Foundation Mapfre this morning the play 'Clowns in danger', which tells the story of four clowns who go to school to learn the trade of being clown.
In undertaking this trip, they confess that they have never been on the streets, you never have risen to a car or a bike, and have never played in the street.
For this reason they are "clowns in danger" by his teacher discover how to become "safe clowns".
The work has been represented twice (10:30 h and 12 h) in the Performing Arts Center of Torre-Pacheco (CAES) and have come to see her children around the town of Torre-Pacheco.
The objective of this children's musical comedy, which after visiting 19 cities in 2013 will continue touring Spain in 2014, is to open a space for reflection among young, parents and guardians about the risks if you do not respect the rules basic road safety as pedestrians and as future drivers.
This initiative, aimed at children between 6 and 10 years, aims to raise awareness of the risks of inappropriate behaviors and behaviors, promoting responsible and civic attitudes, aiming to reduce road accidents, because accidents are the leading cause of death in young people between 1 and 14 years.
Therefore it is necessary to inform, educate and properly used child restraint systems.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco