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Walking for Stew in support of Brake

Two ladies walking up Ingleborough
Berni Raeside-Bell and Jane Rixon walking up Ingleborough last month in training for the big walk
Stewart Bell with trophies
Berni, Jane, Janice, Trevor and Paul are Walking for Stew to raise money for Brake

Sign Update would like to support Berni, Janice, Jane, Trevor and Paul, who are walking part of the National Forest Way - 45 miles in two days - in aid of Brake, the road safety charity.

Berni Raeside-Bell says, "Brake helped me through the worst times after my wonderful, vivacious husband Stew died, when a car drove across his side of the road and collided with his bike. They offer free support to families where a loved one dies or is seriously injured by the roadside. As they are a wholly self funded charity, they need our support."

Brake have several campaigns running, one of which is lobbying the government for stricter sentences for deaths caused by careless or dangerous driving. They also campaign for safer roads and help bereaved families and victims of road accidents with free support and counselling.

Please help Berni and friends reach their target to help this great charity in memory of Stew. Please also share on social media, email and with your friends and wider colleagues/community as much and as often as you can, it sometimes takes up to 7 views for one person to donate, so your sharing really does make a difference. Thank you.

As we write - they are only £91 away from their target. Come on Sign Update readers... we can do this :)


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