The London Road Safety Council runs an award scheme to highlight and reward innovation and good practice in road safety education in London. Introduced in 2003 as the Laurie Bunn Award, in memory of a past Chairman, the Trustees have now renamed it the London Road Safety Award.
Due to inactivity caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the award will not be presented in 2020.
Recipients of the London Road Safety Award (previously Laurie Bunn Award)
The London Borough of Hounslow received the 2019 London Road Safety Award for its success in raising the profile of adult cycle training in the borough, and significantly increasing the number of people participating in adult cycle training.
Presented to Croydon Council’s parking enforcement team, in recognition of a scheme which creates temporary pedestrian zones outside schools.
Presented to Lewisham Council for a training initiative which sets out to increase the basic road awareness and safety of young motorcyclists in the borough.
The Vale School for the 'Travelators' - its youth travel ambassador scheme for children with special needs. LRSC president, James Cracknell, presented the award to teacher Richard Tharp and pupils from the school.
The London borough of Bexley for its practical pedestrian training scheme ‘Walkability’. LRSC chairman, councillor Wendy Brice-Thompson, presented the award to Bexley’s mayor, councillor Sybil Camsey.
Aisha Butt from Hounslow Council’s road safety team, for organising a JRSO X-Factor event. The photo shows Aisha Butt (left) with David Williams and councillor Val Clark, the then chairman of the LRSC.
Richard Riddle and Michelle Jamieson, Camden Council’s Urban Cycling Skills trainers, for their innovative approach to engaging large numbers of adults in safety lessons. Nick Ross, the then LRSC president, presented the award to Michelle Jamieson.
Keith Filby, road safety and smarter travel officer from the London Borough of Merton, for his work on the Borough’s ‘Be a Brighter Biker’ project.
Fiona La Crette and Bev Cain, Camden’s pedestrian skills trainers, for their work on Camden’s Inequality Reduction Project.
Daniel Beckett, London Borough of Bromley, for the ‘Poetry in Motion’ initiative which challenges pupils to write poems about their walk to school.
Bromley’s road safety team for its work in developing a child car seat project. The award was presented by Nick Ross, the then LAPC president, to Val Fuller Bromley RSO.