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Parents in Kent offered chance to get their child's car seat checked by experts
Parents in Kent are being offered the chance to get their car child seats checked for free this week at special car clinics run by the council.
Experts say even if you are going just five miles an hour a badly fitted car seat can mean a child being seriously injured in a crash.
The Good Egg campaign is being run by KCC and Medway Council - as part of a national campaign. Posters will also be seen on the back of buses asking drivers and parents 'is your child sitting safely?'
There is also a free booklet being given out to provide information about fitting seats safely for parents.
Car clinics will take place in the following locations - all run from 10am to 3pm:
Wednesday 20th - Monkey Biz, Chatham
Thursday 21st - Westwood Cross Shopping Centre, Thanet
Friday 22nd - Tesco, Courtney Road, Gillingham
Saturday 23rd - Morrisons, Ten Perch Road, Canterbury
Tuesday 26th - Ashford Designer Outlet
Wednesday 27th - Hempsted Valley, Gillingham
Thursday 28th - Asda Living, St Peters Street, Maidstone
Friday 29th - The Hop Farm
Saturday 30th - Dockside Outlet Centre, Chatham