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Watch children at Hallowe’en

Media Release 31/10/2001

Watch children at Hallowe’en


Keep a close eye on children while they’re trick or treating tonight, says Child, Youth and Family.

“It’s important to make sure children have an adequate level of supervision if they’re out and about door knocking,” says chief executive Jackie Brown.

“Young children, especially, should be accompanied by an adult while older children should have a level of supervision that’s appropriate to their age and personal maturity.

“Making such common sense arrangements helps ensure Hallowe’en is safe and fun.”

ENDS

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