Walk for a safe haven

Light a candle for domestic peace.

EVERYONE is invited to join Warwick Safe Haven and Zonta Warwick for the Domestic Violence Peace Walk and Candle Lighting Ceremony this Friday evening, 9 December.
The peace walk and candle lighting ceremony have been co-ordinated for a number of years in Warwick and it is always a very powerful opportunity to join with others to support and remember those affected by domestic and family violence.
Warwick Safe Haven management committee president Bette Bonney said the Cancer Fund was providing a tent for the outdoor ceremony and the Warwick Hockey Club had kindly offered its clubhouse after the ceremony to host the participants for some refreshments.
“This will also be the wet weather venue for the ceremony should storms overtake us,” she said.
“Please consider joining us for the walk, led out by the Heritage Highlanders Pipe Band.
“There will be some guest speakers sharing their insights into this issue and then the chance to come forward and light a candle, proudly supported and provided by Burstows.
“Please share this invitation with your networks, both professional and private.”
No bookings are required.
The Domestic Violence Peace Walk and Candle Lighting Ceremony is on Friday 9 December.
Gather by the Queens Park skate bowl at 6.30pm for a 6.45pm start.
Domestic Violence Action Centre (DVAC), 4617 7670, Relationships Australia Toowoomba, 4639 3605, Dv Connect 24/7, 1800 811 811, and Mensline, 1300 789 978.