In July it will be two years since Pathushan Sutharsan was killed by a lorry at the notorious A281 crossing on the Downs Link.
Join us with Pathushan’s family on Saturday 23rd July as we mark this occasion and highlight the continuing need for a bridge at this dangerous crossing.
Under the banner “Remember Pathushan, Build a bridge” there will be a flower-laying ceremony and we’ll have a board with extracts of some of the large number of messages of support we’ve received for the campaign.
We’d like as many people as possible to gather at 2pm on the northern side of the A281 crossing, near the spot where Pathushan was killed.
So, please put the date in your diary and spread the word, by word of mouth and on social media.
Do try and come by bus, bike or on foot since car parking is limited. If arriving by car please park considerately.
The gathering point for the event is indicated by a red arrow on the map below.
You can support the campaign by writing to your local County councillor, displaying one of our posters and signing up for email updates.