Street Shrines / Rolls of Honour were framed lists of names of men from the village who had joined the Armed Forces. These shrines were mainly confined to London’s East End, Hull and Beverley and were made by working class communities. The shrines had the names recorded of those serving, not just of those that were killed. Women would leave flowers and messages at the sites for their loved ones.
The ERYC Road Safety Team would like to see walking and cycling become a new normal for local residents who only have short daily journeys. More information, as well as free, bespoke, cycle training and advice, can be accessed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org