After raising over £50k for RoadPeace during his challenge last year, a 200km run from the site of the first ever road death in Crystal Palace in London, to the RoadPeace Wood at the National Memorial Arboretum, Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Cox is back for another challenge in 2022.
- 30 miles a day for 7 days – Andy will be doing 30miles of activity (a walk, a run, a cycle) across the country
- ‘From Force to Family’ – the routes will start at a Police Station and travel to people affected by road death and injury, who will tell their stories and shed light on the 5 people killed every day on our roads.
- Half of the Police Forces – it wont just be Andy out there meeting victims, representatives from around half of the England and Wales’ Police Forces will be out there doing the same.
- 30 miles for 30 Years – Andy has chosen the 30mile figure to honour and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of RoadPeace, which was set up in 1992.
Andy’s aim is that with this challenge, he can amplify victims’ voices and bring road danger reduction to the forefront of national conversation, and prevent the needless deaths and injury on our roads.
You can find out more about the locations and themes for each day of the challenge here.
A pdf outlining the challenge can be downloaded here.