Derry's Council Offices turned blue to highlight Road Safety Awareness week
23 Nov 2018 2:00 PM
Derry's Council Offices and the Guildhall clock face have been turned blue this week to mark Road Safety Awareness week. It commemorates all those who have died on our roads this year. Blue was chosen as it is the official colour of Derry charity 'Life After' which supports people who have lost loved ones in road traffic collisions. The charity was founded by Derry man Christopher Sherrard after his father Wilson was killed in a road traffic accident. Life After is holding a remembrance and celebration event on December 7 at the Guildhall from 7pm to 9pm which will be hosted by Derry's Mayor John Boyle. Anyone who has lost a loved one through a road traffic accident is welcome to attend. To book contact Life After on 07716569930.
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