Bishop of Ely to remember those killed in Cambridgeshire road accidents at city service this month

09 November, 2017 - 14:13
The Bishop of Ely, the Right Rev Stephen Conway will lead a service of remembrance for all those killed on the roads in Cambridgeshire on November 19.

The Bishop of Ely, the Right Rev Stephen Conway will lead a service of remembrance for all those killed on the roads in Cambridgeshire on November 19.

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A local charity that supports all those affected by road deaths in Cambridgeshire will be holding a service of remembrance led by the Bishop of Ely this month.

The Road Victims Trust (RVT) will hold the service at Great Saint Marys Church in Cambridge at 11.15am on Sunday November 19.

The Right Reverend Stephen Conway will remember and celebrate the lives of all those lost on our county’s roads and the service will be attended by families and friends of those affected by road deaths, as well as local dignitaries and supporters. All are welcome.

The day marks the world day of remembrance for everyone killed across the world on the roads. The RVT has supported more than 550 people affected by the 84 deaths on roads in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire in the last year.

For more information about the trust, visit www.rvtrust.org.uk.

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