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Riding in memory of brother killed in roadside accident

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A duo is taking to the road tomorrow in memory of a brother who was killed in a roadside accident.

Henry Wellbelove is cycling the 225km Coast2Coast in memory of his brother Archie, alongside friend Jamie Rawstorne, to raise funds for the Bedfordshire based Road Victims Trust.

Archie, a former pupil of Bedford School was killed on December 7 2012. The duo will complete the Whitehaven to Sunderland route on 10th and 11th August 2014.

The Road Victims Trust, a support service has been immensely helpful in providing solace to Henry and his family in the aftermath of the accident.

To date Henry and Jamie have raised over £14,000 for the Trust. If you would like to donate please visit Henry and Jamie’s justgiving page at https://www.justgiving.com/Henry-Jamie-C2C/

This unique service is provided throughout Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire totally free of charge.

If you have been affected by road death or serious injury and would like support please contact the Road Victims Trust on 01234 843345.

To find out more about the work of the Road Victims Trust and how you can help please visit the website on www.rvtrust.org.uk

 

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