During these unprecedented times, RoadPeace understands the challenges road crash victims are facing as they are left isolated from their family and friends.
Thanks to our wonderful West Midlands Local Group Coordinator Lucy Harrison and Group Facilitator Jane Evans (pictured here) for putting together this heart-warming video with messages of support for other crash victims and an incredible virtual choir performance of the song “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.
Thank you to the charity Indigo Arts and their amazing choir for producing this video for RoadPeace free of charge, with such a powerful message of hope and support.
Lucy says: “I would like to empathise with all those who are feeling isolated and alone at this time, road death is so isolating, and with the coronavirus situation it is undoubtedly harder. Our group is there for people – though not in its usual form – but still there! Both Jane and I are happy to just have a natter with anyone that feels that might help. In light of the disappointing rise in motorists caught speeding during the current time, we also want to send out a plea to all drivers to stop using quieter roads as an opportunity to speed excessively and drive irresponsibly.”
Please remember that RoadPeace is here to support you. Please do get in touch with us via our helpline on 0845 4500 355 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated on: 30 April 2020