Schools and parents are remembering Bobby Colleran on what would have been his 16th birthday.

Bobby died in a traffic collision while on his way home from school in Knowsley in 2014 aged six years old.

The Bobby Colleran Trust was set up by his mother Joanne. As a result of its ‘Slow Down for Bobby’ campaign, over a hundred schools in the Liverpool area have implemented 20 mph ‘Bobby Zones’ at their sites. The Trust now aims to have one outside every school in the country.

Ms Colleran told Radio City: “I want schools, all of them to have these zones outside where people are aware they’re by a school and one of the main things is parking on the pavement.”

The Trust sent road safety packs to schools across Merseyside and encouraged them to take part in ‘Wear Blue for Bobby Day’ today.


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