Lynda Chalker Awards recognise outstanding road safety achievements
In recognition of their outstanding contribution to road safety, three people were presented with Lynda Chalker Awards at the National Road Safety Conference 2012.
Mike McAdam (pictured, top), Dawn Boyfield (middle) and Brian Hogarth (bottom) all received their awards from Alan Kennedy, chair of Road Safety GB.
Lynda Chalker (now Baroness Chalker of Wallasey) was transport minister in the mid-1980s and presented Road Safety GB (formerly LARSOA) with a carriage clock to be used for the award when she moved to a new post in overseas development. The award is Road Safety GB’s opportunity to recognise outstanding contribution to road safety.
There was a very high level of entrants this year and the three awards are a reflection of the quality of the nominations.
Mike McAdam received the award in recognition of his unique approach in empowering young people to not drink and drive, through his initiative 'Don't Be That Someone'. A personal tragedy has been the force behind Mike’s campaign.
Dawn Boyfield MBE received the award for her contribution to the development of the Children's Traffic Club, her contribution to various advisory panels, and the production of many resources to meet the ever-changing needs of road safety education.
The third award went to Brian Hogarth, Road Safety GB administrator, in recognition of his exceptional commitment and contribution to road safety at local, regional and national level, in a career which has spanned more than 50 years.
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