The lives of 32 people killed on Northamptonshire's roads in the last year will be remembered in a special service in Northampton on Sunday.
Held alongside 25 other remembrance services across the UK co-ordinated by RoadPeace, the service will be help at 3pm at Holy Sepulchre Church in Northampton.
The service will mark World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
The training choir and guitar ensemble from Northampton Music and Performing Arts Trust will performing at service and it will be attended by the Mayor of Northampton Borough Council and representatives from the emergency services.
Brigitte Chaudhry MBE, RoadPeace founder and WDR co-ordinator, whose son Mansoor was tragically killed on the road in 1990, says:
“My real hope is that the awareness – of the terrible toll of road death and injury and the suffering of road victims – raised by the World Day will contribute to a serious reduction in road danger and future deaths and injuries, so that we will not need to remember many, if any, new road victims on our World Day of Remembrance in coming years.”