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Plans for road crash victims memorial in Wyberton are submitted




Anne Bourne and supporters hold plans for the Lincolnshire Road Victims Memorial at Westgate Woods in Wyberton.Photo supplied by Boston Borough Council.
Anne Bourne and supporters hold plans for the Lincolnshire Road Victims Memorial at Westgate Woods in Wyberton.Photo supplied by Boston Borough Council.

An oak-framed shelter in the grounds of Wyberton’s Westgate Woods could become a memorial for road crash victims in Lincolnshire.

Plans have been submitted for the structure after a fundraising campaign led by Anne Bourne who lost both her daughter Louise Nuttell (35), of Swineshead, and niece Sarah Wilkinson in a horrifying crash in May 2004.

At least £32,000 has been raised towards a permanent memorial costing at least £40,000 for crash victims since Anne launched the Louise and Sarah Memorial Fund in May 2016.


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