UPDATE: Family pay tribute following road traffic collision, Uttoxeter

Family pays tribute to Mrs Barbara Bagley, who died following a road traffic collision in New Road, Uttoxeter on October 31.

Barbara Bagley
Barbara Bagley

“Barb was a devoted mother, grandma, mother-in-law and friend. We loved her
endlessly and loved spending time with her. She was so much fun to have
around, always smiling, always kind, caring and had so much time for
everyone. She absolutely adored her two grand daughters, Nancy and Betsy,
and they adored her back. She was a huge part of all of our lives.

“The girls were waiting for her to arrive that night so that they could go
out trick or treating. Instead, there was a knock on the door to say she
was in the middle of the road outside and our lives changed forever.

“From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to say thank you for what
everyone has said and done for us following our loss. We have been able to
take so much comfort knowing that she was so very loved by all. Thank you
also to everyone who fought so hard to keep her alive that night.

“We now need to be able to explain to the girls what and why this happened
to their beloved Grandma Barb so if anyone has any information whatsoever,
please contact the police on 101, quoting incident number 575 of October

An investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing by
Staffordshire Police.



Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision in Uttoxeter on Saturday evening (Oct 31).

The collision occurred at around 5.30pm on the A522 New Road at Uttoxeter, near to the alleyway connecting Weaver Road and New Road.

A 69-year-old female pedestrian was in collision with a silver Volkswagen Polo that was travelling from the direction of Uttoxeter towards the Shell garage on the A50.

The pedestrian was treated at the scene and taken to the Royal Stoke University Hospital. Sadly she died in hospital late on Saturday night.

She has been formally identified as Barbara Bagley, aged 69, from Uttoxeter. Specially trained officers are now supporting the family.

The female driver of the Polo was treated for shock at the scene.

Following the collision the road was closed for around four hours whilst officers from the force’s Collision Investigation Unit (CIU) carried out an investigation at the scene.

Officers are appealing for witnesses to the incident to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 575 of October 31.

Author: sp16394

Press Officer at Staffordshire Police