Safe4Summer activities

Creative project for young people (5-16)

To help keep you occupied while spending more time at home as we combat COVID-19 together we would love to get as many young people (aged 5 to 16) involved in this year's Safe4Summer campaign and with our creative mini project.

The idea is to be as creative as you like while highlighting one of our key themes:

  • staying safe around water,
  • staying safe on the moors
  • staying safeon the roads
  • preventing anti-social behaviour

Make sure you include #Safe4Summer in your creation.


You could:

  • design a poster
  • draw a picture
  • create a collage/montage
  • make a short video (using TikTok or a similar app)
  • make a 3D model (maybe even using recycled materials)
  • or come up with your own idea to show us what you have learned about staying safe over the summer months

All we ask is that you share your masterpiece with us when it is finished using #Safe4Summer on social media (it is fine for a grown up to do this for you if you don't have your own) so we can share with our followers to help keep even more people safe over the summer.

You will find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - search @manchesterfire

If you would prefer to email us you can send your design to: and we will share on your behalf.

As well as share your creative designs on our social platforms we will also be adding some to this page - so be sure to visit us again soon.

Your creations

Stay safe this summer posterWater safety tips posterStay home, stay safe poster with tasselsSafe4Summer rainbow poster with safety tipsSafe4Summer water safety tipsSafe4Summer Be careful poster

Stay safe junk modeling fire engineWater safety monsters posterSafe4Summer mermaid posterStay safe on the road poster

To find out what is going on in each borough of Greater Manchester please visit the council websites.

Bolton council (opens in a new tab)

 Bury council (opens in a new tab)

Manchester City council (opens in a new tab)

Oldham council (opens in a new tab)

Rochdale council (opens in a new tab)

Salford City council (opens in a new tab)

Stockport council (opens in a new tab)

Tameside council (opens in a new tab)

Trafford council (opens in a new tab)

Wigan council (opens in a new tab)