Racing car firm backs safety campaign

A WORLD famous racing car manufacturing company has pledged its support for the campaign that aims to improve safety on the road where Warren Hay was killed. The Lola Group, which is based in Huntingdon, has included on its newsletter a link to The Warr

A WORLD famous racing car manufacturing company has pledged its support for the campaign that aims to improve safety on the road where Warren Hay was killed.

The Lola Group, which is based in Huntingdon, has included on its newsletter a link to The Warren Hay Road Safety Action Group's online petition on The Hunts Post website. The newsletter has been sent out to about 3,000 customers and clients.

Sam Smith, communications manager for Lola Group, said: "We all know Maxine (Warren's mother) very well as she used to work for Lola and wanted to offer any support we could.

"As a company, we are committed to helping in any way we can."

It is now estimated some 13,000 people have signed the action group's petition calling on Cambridgeshire County Council to provide a safe way of crossing the A141.

Speaking to The Hunts Post, Maxine Hay, said: "It is important to get as many people as possible behind us.

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"The action group is committed to making this a safe junction for the children and adults of today and for the future safety of all residents in Huntingdon."

In support of the campaign, the BRJ Club in Huntingdon is holding a family fun day in memory of Warren on Monday, August 27, from 10am.

INFORMATION: To support the Warren Hay Road Safety Action Group, sign the online petition on our website at www.huntspost.co.uk

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