Remembrance motorbike run to mark sixth anniversary of Stowmarket child’s death
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A motorbike run is taking place to mark the sixth anniversary of a Stowmarket child’s death.
William Warren was 10 years old when he died after a road accident.
On October 6, 2011, he attempted to cross Navigation Approach, in Stowmarket, but was in collision with an oncoming car. He died six days later due to head injuries.
The motorbike ride in memory of the boy is taking place on October 12.
The bikers will meet at Needham Market’s Beacon Hill service station at 3pm and set off at 3.45pm to Navigation Approach where William was hit.
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They plan to ride over Navigation Approach at 4pm, the same time William was knocked down. The route will then progress over the bridge, where William’s family will be waiting.
Richard Collins, organiser of the run, said: “The more people that get involved the better the day will be for the family.”
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