Tragedy and hidden meaning behind Britain's makeshift memorials

Tragedy and hidden meaning behind Britain's makeshift memorials
 

Symon Squire's weekly journey to his parents' house always comes with a tragic reminder.
The drive takes him past the spot where his teenage son, Daniel, was killed while cycling near Ringwould, a village in Kent.
The busy roadside location is marked by a bicycle, painted white, which is surrounded by flowers.
"As his dad, it's tricky going past," says Symon, a warehouse manager, who set up the memorial shortly after 18-year-old Daniel's death in 2013.
"When you drive through, you sort of say hello to him. And it tells people, there was an incident here - slow down. It is... read more

 
13 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 43
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