Remember Me plaques
The Remember Me plaque, featuring a single red flower on a black background, was created by Sweetapple and RoadPeace as the first nationwide public acknowledgement for those killed and injured on Britain's roads. It is also a tribute to the depth of loss felt by their families.
||They are an arresting, universally understood and non-denominational reminder of the dangers we all face when using the roads. The red flower represents a scarlet anemone - a flower, in mythology, associated with love and loss.
Since its launch on 31 August 2003, hundreds of Remember Me plaques are marking the places where someone has been killed or seriously injured in a road crash. The signs highlight the scale of road deaths and injuries.
Remember Me plaques are available from RoadPeace for you to put up at the scene of a crash. There is no fixed charge but any donation to cover costs of materials and postage/package is always appreciated.
To request a Remember Me plaque call 020 7733 1603 or email firstname.lastname@example.org