Gordon Selway memorial plaque unveiling, Bromsgrove railway station, 28 October 2016.

Gordon Selway memorial plaque unveiling, Bromsgrove railway station, 28 October 2016.

A plaque was unveiled at Bromsgrove railway station on Friday 28 October to commemorate the extraordinary life of Gordon Selway – much-loved cycle and rail campaigner, barrister, intellectual, musician, district councillor, multi-charity volunteer and larger-than-life character.

Family, friends and former colleagues gathered to pay tribute to Gordon and watch his sister, Ros, perform the unveiling ceremony.

Gordon died in November 2007 but is still fondly remembered by many, and now there will be a permanent reminder of the man who worked tirelessly for the benefit of his local community and beyond.

At the time of his death, aged only 58, Gordon was Councillor for the West Midlands Region for CTC – now Cycling UK, the national cycling charity.

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