Slow down for Bobby say young Liverpool footballers
This is the powerful road safety message being shared by hundreds of young Liverpool footballers.
More than 250 players for Huyton Juniors FC are wearing new kits this season provided by a charity set up in memory of Huyton schoolboy Bobby Colleran .
The green and white shorts and tops bear four simple words – “Slow down for Bobby”.
Six-year-old Bobby was knocked down by a van while trying to cross Leyfield Road in West Derby in October 2014, and his mum Joanne and dad David have since campaigned tirelessly for road safety improvements.
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