Memorial event for Stevenage car crash victim Bryce Donovan will have to be cancelled if new venue cannot be found
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A memorial event to 19-year-old Bryce Donovan who tragically died in a car crash in Stevenage on December 14 will have to be cancelled if a suitable venue cannot be found.
Bryce died after his Suzuki Swift car hit a lamp post on Lytton Way in Stevenage.
The former Da Vinci Studio School and North Herts College pupil was a keen motor sports fan and a member of the Herts-Cruise motoring club.
Members of the club which runs meets in Hertfordshire organised a memorial set to take place at the Roaring Meg Retail Park in Stevenage on Saturday at 7.30pm.
However permission from the owners of the park had not been sought directly and they have recently said it cannot take place.
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A suitably lit venue where cars and motorbikes can gather which food and refreshment stalls is now needed.
Bryce’s friend and fellow club member Dean Summerbee, said: “Bryce absolutely loved cars. he had his first car and was putting all his personal touches to it.
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“We just wanted to do something to remember him. People were going to come from all over the place to pay their respects.”
Anyone who thinks they can offer a suitable venue can call Bryce’s friend and fellow club member Dean Summerbee on 07976467597.