Vigil and die in for designer killed by lorry in London

55-year-old Moira Gemmill, was killed in collision with a lorry when cycling in London on 9th April 2015.

Moira was a designer and major figure in the London arts world and was hand-picked by the Queen to oversee renovations at Windsor Castle. She is thought to have been cycling to work at St James’s Palace when the incident happened.

The 40-year-old driver of the lorry, from Potters Bar-based engineering firm JSM, was questioned but not arrested.

Campaign group Stop Killing Cyclists will hold a vigil and die in to mark Moira’s death on Monday 20th April at Lambeth Bridge, Millbank. The group will meet from 6pm for a 6:30pm start.

The group will use the event to highlight the need for space and decent infrastructure for people that choose to cycle.

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