More than one hundred people marked the memory of a mother-of-two over the weekend who was killed in a hit-and-run in Cheam.

Rhiannon Hall died last year after a devastating hit and run collision which left her in critical condition for six days.

The 'beautiful' mother was enjoying a 'rare night out' when she was hit by a car on London Road, near the junction with Garth Road on her way home from a pub, on October 16.

At the time, police reported that the driver failed to stop at the scene but was arrested a short time later on suspicion of drink driving.

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He has since been charged with failing to stop after a road accident and failing to report the incident.

On Saturday (April 3), Rhiannon's family and friends met at Wimbledon Station to mark her 22nd birthday which was on March 4.

The family walked through Joseph Hood park where she played football and then to the crematorium where they released balloons in memory of Rhiannon.

They also campaigned against drink driving by handing out leaflets to passers-by.

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Speaking about the fundraiser, Rhiannon's auntie Jodie Hall said: "Rhiannon's family and friends all came together for the cause, we walked, we talked, we cried, we laughed, it was the most beautiful event but something that we should not be doing as she should be with us still.

"We wanted to raise money for the air ambulance service as not only did they try to help Rhiannon on the night of the incident, but their aftercare was second to none," said Jodie.

"They checked up on Rhiannon’s progress, kept in contact with Carly, Rhiannon’s mum and are such an amazing service but unfortunately this time their efforts in saving her didn’t succeed.

"However, they deserve the recognition, support and funds to continue to help other people in these tragic circumstances."

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Speaking about their campaign against drink driving, Jodie continued: "We truly believe that awful night in October could have been avoided if Boris didn’t impose the 10pm curfew and the rules about households mixing, changing the day after.

"When the pub gardens reopen on the 12th of April please spare a thought for Rhiannon Theresa Hall, 21 years old, left this world in an unfair and tragic way and left two babies without a mummy.

"Please spare a thought and think, is one or two or more drinks worth it to then get it your car and possibly kill someone! Let life thrive, don’t drink and drive!"

"On that night in October one heart stopped but many hearts were broken.

"We want justice for Rhiannon. #forever21."

Rhiannon's family raised £2,170 at the time of publishing.

To donate visit here.