High-vis vest donations to children across Paisley

As the nights get darker, leading homebuilder, Miller Homes, is keeping children across Paisley visible on their walk to and from school by donating high-vis vests as part of its Home Safe initiative.

Families across Paisley are now invited along to collect high-vis vests from Miller Homes’ Hawkhead development.

The initiative marks Walk to School Month this October, which challenges children to travel sustainably, and Miller Homes is brightening up pavements by making kids visible to drivers when walking, scooting, or cycling to and from school.

Louise Caldwell, Sales Director for Miller Homes Scotland West, hopes that Home Safe will continue to help primary children of all ages get to and from school safely as the seasons change. She said: “Home Safe is now in its fourth year and it’s been great to see the difference we’ve made to the local communities near our development in Paisley. Road visibility is crucial as the nights get darker, and we hope that by donating these vibrant vests, children will be safer on their school commute.”

High-vis vests are suitable for all primary school children and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Families can head along to Miller Homes’ Sales Centres to collect a vest, open from Thursday to Monday, 10:30am-5:30pm.

Sales Centres:

  • Stoneyetts Village, Moodiesburn
  • Ellismuir Gardens and Ellismuir Park, Broomhouse
  • Evergreen Manor, Kilmaurs
  • Garshake Gardens, Dumbarton
  • Hawkhead, Paisley
  • Highstonehall Park, Hamilton
  • Jackton Gardens, East Kilbride
  • Newton Fields, Cambuslang

For more information on Miller Homes and its Home Safe initiative across Paisley, visit www.millerhomes.co.uk/promo/homesafe.  


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