ON Monday it will be two years since Lulu Covey died in a car crash - but there isn’t a day goes by when her family don’t mourn for her.

But they intend that her memory will be preserved - both with a legacy donated to charity and by an annual event to celebrate her life.

Her mum Glenys Marsh said they are hoping that by 2019 - when Lulu would have been 30 - they will have raised £30,000.

They are already well on the way with last year’s first charity event , Lulu’s uncle Peter Burnett’s London Marathon £700 for Roadpeace and a family friend Jim Humphrey’s 1400 mile ride from Lands End to John O’Groats on Honda C90 scooters with a group of friends in June.

She’ll also be remembered thank’s to her sister Lisa Willment who won a competition that Crealy ran to name a horse on a carousel ride. She obviously chose Lulu - ensuring that her memory will embody her joy in life and her love of horses.

Mrs Marsh said: “We are holding another charity event Lulu Rocks 2017 this year in memory of our beautiful daughter Lulu who was tragically killed in a road crash on May 8, 2015.

“Last year we held an event and raised an amazing £7000 that was shared between Brake and Wormwood Scrubs Riding for the disabled.

“This year any money raised will be shared between Roadpeace which is a national charity for road crash victims, supporting those bereaved or injured, and working for road safety. The other is Bransby Horses which is one of the UK’s largest equine welfare charity, it is dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming and providing a safe haven for horses.

“We have chosen these charities because Lulu worked for Martin and Philippa Clunes as their groom, and they are also raising money in memory of Lulu each year., and this year they have chosen Bransby Horses.” and we would like to help this charity also, and Roadpeace as they they are constantly campaigning for safer roads and driving;.

“Obviously this is very close to our hearts.”

This year’s event the Leggomen have offered their services, and Patrick Chiverton, Jack Humphries and Jorden Lindsey and others have also volunteered to play at the event which will be on July 29 in Salway Ash village hall.

Prizes have already been donated - the Exeter Chiefs have given a signed rugby shirt and Manchester United have donated a signed football. They are hoping a company will help sponsor the event or help with marquees, outside lighting, hay bales and raffle prizes.

If you can help with any of these contact Glenys on gem.57@btinternet.com