GloWeek 2022 will run from the 31st October – 4th November

This is your opportunity to get involved to raise awareness of being seen, not hurt when the days become shorter in the winter months. As the nights draw in, it’s important that we all stay safe by being seen so we want to create the brightest GloWeek ever.

Our Simple (yet effective) Pledge:

This year for GloWeek 2022, we are asking you to make a pledge in support of our campaign. We are asking you to pledge to have a conversation, yes it really is that simple. Have a conversation with a child or young person about the importance of road safety and being bright when out and about (especially in the dark). Why do we need to wear bright colours? Why is it important to have reflective gear when cycling? 

This simple pledge will get conversations started and encourage / educate children & young people about our key message to ‘Be Seen, Not Hurt’.

We are running a fun competition this GloWeek.

An small fundraising ask;

£5 entry for individuals

£25 entry for groups of 6

£50 entry for large groups

In exchange for…

Submit your Glowing Superhero Pose: We are looking for you to take a VERY BRIGHT and fun superhero pose picture outdoors to help promote our GloWeek message. 

Submit your Glowing Superhero dance: We are looking for you to submit your best Glowing dance routine (no longer than 30 seconds). You can do this on your own or as a group.

Raising Awareness

For everyone, we offer a chance to get involved in our autumn road safety campaign, Be Seen Not Hurt, as part of our GloWeek Campaign.

Being safe when cycling is so important! So this year we teamed up with ‘Personal Best Education‘ in Romsey.

They have kindly recorded a video to go through the steps you should take before cycling…

In 2021, everyone can have unique access to our Be seen, Not Hurt e-learning road safety sessions.  

Simply watch our GloWeek e-learning sessions below.

The materials are primarily aimed at children of primary school age

(these sessions were created in 2019 but all information is still relevant).

As experts in childhood acquired brain injury, this is a road safety talk with a difference! Whilst we cover all the essential road safety information, we relate to how you can protect your brain and talk about why our brains are just so amazing.

For more information please email amelialarard@cbituk.org