A service is to be held in Sheffield to remember victims of road collisions in South Yorkshire.
The annual service on Sunday, November 15 - RoadPeace Day - is to be held in the Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, Sheffield city centre.
There will be readings, prayers and music at the service and those who have lost loved ones can light a candle in memory of them.
The World Day of Remembrance for toad traffic collision victims was started in 1993 by the RoadPeace charity.
During annual services the work of those involved in the aftermath of crashes, including firefighters, police officers and ambulance teams, doctors, nurses and counsellors is recognised.
Representatives of South Yorkshire Police are due to attend.