The above image is part of a campaign to highlight the dangers of swimming or just messing about in cold water outdoors.
It does not matter how strong a swimmer you are.
It does not matter that it is winter as people still sometimes foolishly end up in cold, deep water.
Cold water may tempt more people to just jump in during summer months and warm weather but how many end up accidentally in the water in autumn and winter? And how many are intoxicated?
Sadly too many.
Becky Ramsay is working hard to prevent further deaths. She has a vested interest you could say. Becky's son died almost six years ago aged 13.
Becky Ramsay October 2016:
There are obvious things you can do to protect you and yours from a tragic death in open cold water.
One thing is educate by supporting, signing and sharing Becky's petition.
The petition asks that "Relevant services come together to prevent lives lost in open water yearly."
It includes further information.
The government has restricted its petition service by reducing time allowed to reach the minimum number of sgnatures. This means the petition urgently needs your support.
Will you help save lives by supporting Becky Ramsay?
[In 2015 new figures released July 29 revealed that 321 people lost their lives in accidental drownings in the UK in 2015]
You do not have to be a mother or a father to recognise the pain the death of a child must bring. You simply need to be a human being.
But when a child dies in tragic circumstances the loss must be huge.
And it is a loss to the community and society as a whole.
Just think about the domino effect. Families torn apart with grief, health issues that may follow, young friends and siblings mourning at a young age and the loss to us all of a future adult.
Becky Ramsay's son drowned in 2011. For the last five years Becky has been fighting to get water safety on the national curriculum and ensure positive changes are made to prevent future unnecessary deaths.
One week ago she launched a new petition. It is not the first such petition but this time it could, no it MUST, be successful. The petition says:
The petition needs 100,000 signatures to be considered by the government. The timescale has been reduced from one year to just 26 weeks.
So time is short and your help is vital. Please sign and share the petition. Show your support in any way that you can.
Becky's campaigning may be about to pay off.
According to one man on Twitter "Initiative to get a lesson on water safety on the National Curriculum currently being considered by Nick Gibb, Minister of State for Schools."
But it is too early to be complacent.
Help make this petition reach 100,000 signatures and more.
Dawn's story by Becky Ramsay.