Halloween

Stay safe this Halloween

Halloween is a busy time for all the emergency services

We want you to stay safe when trick or treating by following the ‘Halloween Code’:

  • Always go trick and treating with an adult
  • Only go to houses where you or your friends know the residents
  • Don’t knock on doors where there is a no trick or treat sign
  • Stay in areas that are well lit with street lights – take a torch just incase
  • Stay with your friends – don’t split into smaller groups
  • Don’t talk to strangers on the street
  • Don’t enter any house – always stay on the door step
  • Be careful not to frighten vulnerable people – especially the elderly
  • Be visable
  • Look carefully before crossing the road, even if you’re part of a group
  • Don’t vandalise anything or throw things like eggs and flour. This can cause a great deal of damage and misery. What’s more it can be classed as criminal damage, or even assault, and a night of ‘fun’ could end up with you in trouble with the police

You can find advice on staying safe from the Northwest Ambulance Service by clicking here

You can also download a Trick Or Treat Poster for your house below:

Checkout this video from the North West Ambulance Service
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