A Kempston-based charity that supports all those affected by a road death in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire will be holding an Evensong Service of Remembrance at St Albans Cathedral at 4pm on Saturday 16th October 2021.
The Service will remember and celebrate the lives of all those people killed on the roads of Hertfordshire and beyond.
The Road Victims Trust (RVT) is a local charity that provides emotional and practical support to all persons affected by a road death in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Cambridgeshire.
Last year alone the charity supported over 550 people who had suffered from the trauma of a road death or life-changing injury.
The St Albans service will be led by the Bishop of Hertford, the Rt Revd Dr Michael Beasley, and is being supported by the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss CBE CStJ , who is a Patron of the RVT.
Speaking at the Service will be the RVT Ambassador, Katie Holmes, whose husband, Garry, was killed on the road in 2015.
Talking about the forthcoming service, Mark Turner, the Chief Executive at RVT, said:
“The effects of a road death are truly devastating and many more lives are changed forever in just one moment.
“I would like people to come along to St Albans Cathedral to show their support and understanding for the plight of road victims.”
If you would like to attend the Service then please come along on the day or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.