Bleed kit installed at Willenhall cafe in memory of 19-year-old Reagan Asbury
A fundraiser whose friend's son was stabbed to death in Walsall has installed a bleed kit at a cafe in Willenhall.
Anthony Barrett runs a Bentley restoration business, and hosts a 'Screwball Rally' each year to raise money for breast cancer and bipolar disorder charities.
However, over recent years he has also started fundraising to install bleed kits across the Black Country, after the death of his friend's son, Reagan Asbury.
And now, one of Anthony's bleed kits has been installed at Cafe Roux thanks to the support of local residents.
The 56-year-old fundraiser said: "Every year we do the Screwball Rally. You get a car, an old banger, and tart it up, relating to a theme, such as a TV programme or comedy, something like that,
"Previously we've dressed up as Austin Powers, Burt Reynolds, and the characters from the Italian Job, and we drive across Europe, about 3000 miles, raising awareness of the causes.
"I have got quite a lot of friends locally and internationally from being in the vintage car business so every time I put out an appeal we generally get a good response."