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Service of Remembrance and Hope for Road Traffic Victims

Two Services of Remembrance were held at Cambridge and Bedford on Sunday 19th November 2017 as part of the World Day of Remembrance for Road Victims. Both Services were a fitting and moving tribute to the lives of so many

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Recognition for RVT at Hertfordshire High Sheriff’s Awards 2017

The RVT were proud and honoured to be recognised for our work at the Hertfordshire High Sheriffs award night held in Hertford. The award paid tribute to the quality of our Partnerships with the Police, Hertfordshire Road Safety Partnerships and

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Kempston Mayor, Carl Meader continues to support RVT

The RVT enjoy tremendous support from the Kempston Town Council and the local residents who have backed us all the way. We were delighted to be visited by Leader of the Council, Kay Burley and Mayor Carl Meader, pictured with

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RVT welcomed the Police & Crime Commissioner from Cambridgeshire : Jason Ablewhite

We were delighted to welcome the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite to the RVT office. RVT enjoy the support of Jason and the whole of Cambridgeshire Constabulary as we continue to provide our services across Cambridgeshire. Jason took

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Two Ladies, the Brighton Half Marathon for the Mayor’s two Charities

The RVT enjoy tremendous support from the Kempston Town Council and the local residents, but Carl Meader, Mayor of Kempston has generously chosen RVT and Keech Hospice as his charities of the year. His support will enable us to continue to

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The Morrisons Foundation’s Gesture Enables Trust to provide further Training

Mark Turner, Chief Executive of the Road Victims Trust (RVT) was handed a cheque by Paul Ferguson, Manager of the Morrisons store in Bedford, and Sandra Muir, the store’s Community Champion. Speaking about the award Mark said “This is a

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RVT Ball – Book your place now!

Back by popular demand – The Road Victims Trust Annual Ball You are invited to join us this year at the Masquerade Ball to be held at the Park Inn Bedford on 11th November 2017. The Road Victims Trust is

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Luton & District Electrical Society’s 10th Anniversary Charity Golf Day

        These are some of the teams from last year at Dunstable, but this year there is a venue change to Chesfield Downs … another challenge guys! To download your entry form click here Information:  Poster of event

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Rotary Club of Bedford Supports the Road Victims Trust

  The Rotary Club of Bedford have shown their support for a Bedford based charity- the Road Victims Trust- with a donation of £2,000. The money was raised from a charity dinner held in September 2016. Speaking about the donation,

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Two Ladies running the Brighton Marathon in February with their Story …

Carol and Christine both started working for Kempston Town Council on the same day in 2009 and have dealt with many challenges together over the years. When a friend, Larissa Clarke, started up her own business, Transition Coaching, doing personal

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