PARTNERSHIPS Current Partners RAC The RAC aims to equip every member of The Scout Association with the knowledge and skills to keep them safe on our roads and to develop as responsible road users. RAC partner the Cub Road safety Activity Badge and have produced activities and resources to support the badge as well as taking patrols out to Groups around the country and running Road Safety Awareness Champions workshops. The RAC is committed to improving road safety and reducing the number of children and young people injured or killed on our roads each year. Cubs Road Safety Activity Badge The RAC’s Road Safety Awareness Charity partners the Cubs Road Safety Activity Badge and have produced fun activities and resources. Recently Added Resources below! In Car Safety: Cub Leader Sheet - What To Do in a Breakdown Green Cross Code: Cub Leader Sheet - Be Bright Be Seen Cub Leader Sheet - Stop That Car! Cub Leader Sheet - All Mapped Out Make Do Share: Make Do Share Winter 15 - Road sign night patrol Make Do Share Autumn 16 - Road sign safari Make Do Share Winter 16 - What to do in a breakdown Make Do Share Autumn 17 - Crash an egg Make Do Share Spring 18 - Road safety Further Resources: Pedestrian Crossings: Pedestrian Crossing Leaders NotesPedestrian Crossing Activity Sheet Road Safety Signs: Night Smart Leader’s NotesNight Smart Activity SheetHighway Code and Traffic Signs Patrol visits from RAC and Horace The RAC had an amazing response from Scout groups requesting a visit from their patrols and mascot Horace with hundreds of requests in the first few weeks of the partnership. In 2016 the RAC team visited over 100 groups to help deliver road safety workshops, with Horace keen to join as many of these as possible. Visits have continued in 2017 with more patrols getting involved across the UK. Now the RAC is looking to focus its activity by attending a number of Scouts and Cubs regional and national Fundays and events. Keep in touch with Horace FB facebook.com/horace.championTwitter @HoraceChampionOr email Horace and the team at [email protected] About RAC First formed in 1897 the RAC has been looking after the needs of its members and championing the interests of motorists for 120 years. Today it has more than eight million members and most progressive motoring organisations, providing services for both private and business motorists. As the motorist’s champion and the RAC campaigns to support the interests of its members and UK motorists at a national level. This includes voicing concerns about the increasing cost of motoring, particularly the price of fuel and the high level of tax levied on it, advancing levels of road safety, and supporting the needs of all drivers, from young to old. The RAC formed its Road Safety Awareness Charity in 2014 to lead its charitable activities and to generate funds to promote road safety and educate young people to help them stay safe around roads in the UK. Donate If you would like to make a donation to the Road Safety Awareness charity and the Scouts and their support road safety workshops then visit our JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/roadsafety-awareness Motoring Advice The RAC offers a wealth of information and advice for motorists and travellers on how to look after your car, avoid a breakdown and avoid the worst of the congestion at holiday times. Visit https://www.rac.co.uk/drive where you can find the very latest travel and weather advice, find our Route Planner and the latest motoring news. Find out more about the RAC visit rac.co.uk Find out more about the THINK! Road Safety Campaign. Be prepared for winter on the roads As the UK’s most experienced motoring organisation the RAC can give us great advice on how we can be prepared for the worst this winter on the roads. The RAC's 1,500 patrols will be busy 24/7 rescuing unfortunate motorists who break down as the cold weather takes its toll. But by following their straight forward tips and advice on how you can #winterproof your car you can reduce the risk of breaking down. They also have some great advice on driving safely in extreme weather conditions including high winds, heavy rain, fog, ice and snow.