The 2021 Lancashire RoadPeace World Day of Remembrance service is scheduled to take place on Sunday the 21st November.
This year the service will be delivered online for families to view in their own time.
The multi faith service is open to all who have been bereaved or injured through road traffic collisions. The short service is normally followed by a chance for attendees to lay flowers at the RoadPeace memorial stone; this year we invite you to remember your loved ones with us by sharing a photograph and a short tribute. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be involved.
For more information and to register your attendance for 2021 please contact RoadPeace through email@example.com
You can register your details at anytime during the year to be sent an invitation for the event.
There is more information on the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims available here www.roadpeace.org/remembering/world_day_of_remembrance/
RoadPeace is the UK’s charity dedicated to supporting people bereaved and injured as a result of a road collision. The aims of RoadPeace run parallel to those of Lancashire Partnership for Road Safety as they both strive to raise awareness of the responsibilities of all road users, particularly drivers of vehicles, in order to bring about a reduction in road collisons.
Lancashire’s RoadPeace Support Group was set up in February 2009. The group aims to give families and friends who have lost their loved ones, a place to offer support to each other and is supported by agencies across the county. These include; Lancashire Road Safety Partnership, Lancashire Constabulary, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, North West Ambulance Service, Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council and Blackburn with Darwen Council.
A small and informal meeting for the victims of crashes on Lancashire’s roads is often held. Everyone is welcome.
To find out any more about the group or the service please email firstname.lastname@example.org