The Ospreys are once again supporting the Safer Swansea / Neath & Port Talbot Community Safety Partnerships.
As has been the case for more than six years, the organisations have again teamed up to produce a free full colour poster promoting important community safety messages, covering topics such as personal safety, dangers of alcohol and drugs, bullying and much much more.
Paul Evans, Safer Swansea Community Safety Officer, said:
“We are very pleased with the success of this project over the past six seasons. We recognise that this project is an innovative and appealing way to communicate our community safety messages. Once the young supporters put these colourful posters on their wall we hope that they will read the community safety messages and take on board the importance of personal safety.“
Ospreys head coach Steve Tandy said:
“We are pleased once again to be taking part in this project. The personal safety for our young supporters is very important to us. These posters will not only promote the Ospreys, they also highlight the many key aspects that affect young people lives in and around the Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot areas.”
The posters will be launched at Saturdays home game at the Liberty against on Saturday 24th October against Connacht, when younger supporters will be able to collect them from the O-Zone pre-match.
Pictured with some of the players at Llandarcy Academy of Sport are Paul Evans from Safer Swansea and PCSO James O’Neale.