RoadPeace Challenge 2024: Uniting to Honour UK road crash victims

The RoadPeace Challenge 2024 will take place from May 13-19, uniting emergency services, bereaved families and communities across the UK in a week of activities designed to raise awareness about the staggering number of people killed in collisions on our roads.

Throughout the week of action, supporters of the event will collectively run, cycle or walk a total of 1,766 miles to honour the 1,766 people reported killed on UK roads in 2022.

Now one of the most significant events in the UK road safety calendar, the RoadPeace Challenge stands out for placing victims’ voices at the forefront of its mission.

Nick Simmons, CEO of RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims, said:  “We have been overwhelmed by the many organisations and individuals who have committed to taking part in the RoadPeace Challenge this year. 

“By uniting emergency services and bereaved families, we honour the memory of the people needlessly killed in crashes and strive towards our shared vision for zero road deaths. 
“The RoadPeace Challenge not only amplifies victims’ voices but also brings road danger reduction to the forefront of a national conversation, reminding us that every life lost on the road is one too many.” 

You can keep track of the activities of the RoadPeace Challenge 2024 on social media by following the hashtag – #RoadPeaceChallenge2024 where you can find a full schedule of the Challenge events.

Donations can be made in support of the many people taking part in the RoadPeace Challenge 2024 here:


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