May Bank holiday getaways – keep your children safe with a Safety Tattoo

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Bank holidays and nice weather means busy attractions. SafetyTATS are a simple way of re-uniting lost parents with their children.

...sometimes parents wander off and get separated from their families.

May Bank holiday getaways – keep your children safe with a Safety Tattoo.

With temperatures looking to warm up over the May bank holiday, motoring organisations are predicting another busy time on the roads. After a wet and quiet Easter, coastal roads are expected to be hardest hit as families escape and enjoy some nice weather during the Bank holiday and half term break.

A mixture of a Bank holiday, half term and nice weather means that many families will plan to get away to one of the many excellent attractions in the UK.

Jo Hutchinson, Managing Director of Simply Stuck suggests, “Half term and bank holidays are popular times for families and high-footfall attractions like Lego land and Alton Towers.

"This means that little ones are especially susceptible to getting lost. Despite parents best efforts accidents happen and sometimes parents wander off and are separated from their families”.

But lost parents can speedily be re-united with their children by simply taking a few precautions.

Satefy TATS are a semi-permanent tattoo that is applied without water onto your child’s arm. A mobile number can then be overwritten onto the tattoo.

This award winning temporary tattoos is ultra-durable. Simply peel and stick the tattoo directly to your child’s skin. It’s, waterproof, hypoallergenic and lasts up to 2 weeks. They are available in a variety of designs.

Safety Tats are ideal for any crowded venue where a parent and child might get separated – shopping malls, airports, theme parks, water parks, school trips, stadium events, beaches and pools!

About Simply Stuck
Simply Stuck provide a range of School labels that are ideal for when you child’s clothes get lost. These include, iron on labels, sew in and woven labels.

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