Following our Christmas Message
to our members prior to Christmas, we wanted to share a final summary of our activities throughout 2021.
- 50 drivers signed up for an Advanced Driver Course with IAM Lincolnshire throughout 2021
- 35 passed their advanced tests - 11 achieving F1RSTs (our in-car courses resumed in May 2021 following COVID-19 restrictions)
- 16 young drivers undertaking our PCC sponsored courses passed their advanced tests. 25 PCC sponsored places still available
- Delivered 30 free tasters drives - 40% of who signed up for an ADC
- Four of our volunteer Observers passed their National Observer qualification. Three Trainee Observers passed their Local Observer Qualification
- Delivered four Confident Driving presentations both face-to-face and via webinar
- Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, presented with certificate of appreciation of the young driver courses by IAM Chair, Stuart Donald QPM, at our October AGM
- Launched a partnership with Boston College to promote road safety to students and staff
- Promoted Road Safety Week by launching our #TempoTalks videos on social media with Lincolnshire Police Sgt Mike Templeman
- A classic Citroen 2CV van sponsored with IAM Lincolnshire and South Lincolnshire Advanced Motorcyclist logos to promote our work at classic car shows throughout the county
All of our activities are delivered by volunteers who are passionate about driving and road safety. Our courses are delivered by 25 Observers and we have six Committee Members, who run the charity behind the scenes. We are thankful to all of our 140 members and volunteers for their support throughout 2021.
We are currently planning a range of Member Events for 2022
, the first of which will be on 8th February 7pm at Windmill Farm (COVID-19 permitting) where our guest speaker will be Lincolnshire Police's Detective Chief Supt. Andy Cox, who is Head of Crime Intelligence and National Lead for fatal collision investigations.
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