Victims of road traffic accidents will be remembered at a Lancashire service next month.
The World Day of Remembrance Service is one of thousands being held across the globe to support families and friends of people killed on the roads, and honour the work of the emergency services.
The multi-faith service will be held from 11am on Sunday, November 17 in Cabinet Room A at County Hall in Fishergate, Preston.
As well as families and friends of victims, it will be attended by members of the RoadPeace charity, Lancashire County Council’s chairman and police, fire and ambulance service representatives.
The World Day of Remembrance was started in 1993 by RoadPeace, which is dedicated to supporting people bereaved and injured in traffic collisions.
If you would like to attend the service or to find out more information about the local RoadPeace Support Group, email email@example.com.