Remembrance Day 2024 Ipswich

Domestic and Family Violence Remembrance Day - Ipswich

March and Candle Lighting Ceremony

A community event to raise awareness and to bring an end to domestic violence.

This is a local, inclusive, family-friendly community event to raise awareness to remember those who have been affected by domestic and family violence. There will be a peaceful march, poster painting, guest speakers, sausage sizzle, and candle lighting vigil.

Paint posters from 4:30pm, or bring along your own posters and banners for our Walk Against Violence. Peaceful march and chanting will begin at 5:30pm. Candle lighting vigil and speeches from 6pm.

Three candles burning with the words, Please join us: Domestic and Family Violence Remembrance Day, March and Candle Lighting Ceremony


Date: Wednesday 1 May 2024

Time: 4:30 to 7:00pm

Venue: d'Arcy Doyle Place, Brisbane St, Ipswich. March to Tulmur Place, Nicholas Street Precinct.

Cost: Free

Click here to download the flyer (JPG 1mb)

Remembrance Day flyer for Ipswich

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