Preston to hold service to commemorate road traffic accident victims

People who have lost loved ones in Lancashire motor vehicle accidents are invited to take part in the World Day of Remembrance Service on November 17th.

This event will take place in Cabinet Room A (Tudor Room), in the County Hall at Fishergate, Preston.  It begins at 11am and is one of many international services held to support the family and friends of people who have died in road accidents and honour the work of staff in the emergency services.

It will also be attended by the chairman of Lancashire County Council, representatives from the RoadPeace charity, and members of the ambulance, fire and police services.

The initiative began in 1993 by RoadPeace and is dedicated to supporting people who have suffered personal injuries or lost a loved one in a road traffic accident. Anyone who wishes to attend or who wants more information should email, or call Helen Fairhurst on 01772 537960.

People are also asked to light a candle to remember those who have died in motor vehicle accidents, and to illuminate civic buildings, porches and houses. This should be done from 6pm to midnight, but particularly between the hours of 6pm and 8pm.

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