A mother from Reepham, whose 19-year-old daughter Katja was killed in a road accident in November 2013, is to compete in the Grand East Anglia Run, a 10-km course in King’s Lynn, on Sunday 1 May.
Hilary Livsey is raising money for the Katja Hansen Livsey Achievement Award at Reepham College, which helps students financially as they apply to university.
“Thirteen students were helped last year,” said Ms Livsey, who runs Angelica Florists in the Market Place. “Hopefully, we will be able to do even more in 2016. I’m training for this run and my ambition at this point is not to come last!”
Money will also be donated to Norfolk Police to help promote awareness of road safety to young drivers.
See our earlier stories:
- First Katja Livsey Achievement Awards presented to students
- New road safety video launched at Reepham College
- Second Birdy’s Bike Ride to assist College students