Our national service will be held on Sunday 15th November at 11am to remember crash victims and commemorate 25 years of WDR. The service will be livestreamed on Zoom at 11am on Sunday 15th November, register via Eventbrite:
This event is being organised by RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims. The service will be much like the format of previous services and will include readings, poetry and music. The service will also include an act of remembrance with photos and names of those being remembered. We have contributions from:
• Alison Hernandez Devon and Cornwall PCC, and APCC lead on roads policing
• Dame Vera Baird the Victims’ Commissioner
• Chris Boardman, Manchester’s Cycling and Walking Commissioner
• The Metropolitan Police Choir
• The Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust.
Find out more about WDR and the other services taking place on WDR at
RoadPeace will also be sharing the photos of road crash victims on social media to highlight the terrible toll of road death and injury and honour the lives of those killed.
Each day at least 5 people are killed on Britain’s roads. So for each day from 9th November until Sunday15th November, we will be posting the pictures and tributes of five road crash victims on Twitter and Facebook. If you would like your loved one to be remembered in this way, please send a photo and a short tribute to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also add your voice to this by sharing a picture and tribute of your loved one using the hashtags #rememberme #5aday #WDoR2020