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To text a £10 donation: 70 070 RVTR16£10 (amounts of 1,2,3,4,5 and 10 pounds can be texted)
£10 funds a support session
£500 funds a volunteer for a year

Working in partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council and JustPark

    Great to be working in partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council and JustPark. For each transaction made through JustPark in 8 carparks across Central Bedfordshire if a driver texts or calls to pay, if they opt in to receive

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In memory of Aimee Goldsmith

                Grace Smart who attends Arnold Academy, Barton,  receiving her certificate from Mark Turner, Road Victims Trust for raising an amazing £6100 in memory of her best friend Aimee Goldsmith. Grace’s inspiring fundraising will enable

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Generous £1,000 donation from the Police lottery.

Thank you to our Friends and Supporters at Bedfordshire Police Federation for the £1,000 donation from the Police lottery. A lovely gesture that will go directly to supporting local people devastated by a road death. Thank you!      

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RVT’s Annual Report and Impact statement for 2016-2017

          Please take time to read our Annual Report and Impact statement for 2016-2017 at http://bit.ly/2Gpevbb.   A huge thank you to so many people who have helped us to help others.      

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Working in Partnership

RVT are proud to work in partnership with the 3 Police Forces across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. Chief Superintendent Mel Dales leads the 3 Force Joint Protective Services. Mel says “The Road Victims Trust provide a critical service to people

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Working with Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service

We are very proud of our working relationships with Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. Our friend and supporter, Assistant Chief Fire Officer Ian Evans says “The Road Victims Trust and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service share a common goal to

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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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