Family contributions for RoadPeace service must be received by Sunday

Thursday, November 4, 2021

Anybody who would like their loved ones to be remembered as part of this year's RoadPeace memorial service has until Sunday 7 November to contact Lancashire County Council with their submission.



The annual memorial service commemorates people who have lost their lives or been seriously injured in a road traffic collision.

This year the service will be available online, with contributions from multi-faith representatives, emergency service personnel and bereaved family members. This will be shared online for people to view on the Lancashire Road Safety Partnership website from 9.00am on Sunday 21 November.

The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is observed on the third Sunday in November every year and was initiated in 1993 by RoadPeace, the UK charity for road traffic victims. This day gives people the opportunity to remember loved ones and come together as a community to support each other.

Anybody who would like to remember their loved ones can do so by contacting safertravelteam@lancashire.gov.uk with their photograph, name, dates and a few words of remembrance. This will form part of the online compilation to be shared on our website on the day.

For further information please visit lancsroadsafety.co.uk or roadpeace.org.

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