Pensioner rewrites his will to continue traffic protest after his death

Tom Webster



A pensioner that hit the headlines for his campaign against lorries driving through his Dorset village has taken his stubborn determination a step further and re-written his will to ensure the protest continues after his death.

Tony Fuller, 77, has now placed a condition in his will that his funeral cortege must drive up and down the main road in Chideock, near Bridport, once for every year of his life. For good measure he wants his coffin to be transported via horse and cart.