Throughout the RoadPeace Challenge week of action – May 13-19, 2024 - emergency services, safer roads partnerships, schools, businesses and communities were tasked with running, cycling, walking or horse riding 1,766 miles to honour the 1,766 people reported killed on UK roads in 2022. But we reached this ambitious target within 48 hours!
Together, we covered an incredible 16958.103 miles in seven days
Thank you so much for your support!
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Miles covered



2021 Mansoor Chaudhry Award for Outstanding Contribution to RoadPeace: Awarded to Andy Cox

The recipient of the 2021 Mansoor Chaudhry Award was Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Cox, in recognition of his incredible fundraising for RoadPeace and his commitment to road danger reduction, victims’ rights and public service.

(DCS Andy Cox pictured with Nicole Taylor, who lost her daughter in a road crash, and his award)

Earlier this year Andy completed an astonishing 200km run during the UN Global Road Safety week, running from the site of the first road death in Crystal Palace to the RoadPeace Wood at the National Memorial Arboretum.

The final total for his challenge was a staggering £53,000, the most ever raised by an individual fundraiser. 

He ended his challenge with a call to action video: