Hull’s road victims to be remembered

Published: Monday 5th October 2015 by The News Editor

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Hull is to remember the people who have lost their lives on the city’s roads.

World Day of Remembrance (November 15), now in its 14th year, gives grieving families and friends of road traffic victims an opportunity to pay their respects.

The service, organised by , is expected to attract dozens of people from across the city.

It will be led by the Right Reverend Alison White, Bishop of Hull, at St Mary’s Church in Lowgate.

Lord Mayor of Kingston upon Hull and Admiral of the Humber Councillor Anita Harrison says there are still too many casualties on the city’s roads. She hopes the event will remind all road users to be careful.

The book of remembrance, which contains the names of those who have lost their lives on Hull’s roads, will be on display at the church until October 9.

Doors to the service will open at 1.45pm, with the ceremony beginning at 2.30pm.

Copyright Press Association 2015

Copyright Press Association 2015

Published: Monday 5th October 2015 by The News Editor

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