Please join us Saturday November 27th at 12:30 in a walk to Paula Gallant’s Purple Bench on the St, Margaret’s Bay Rails to Trails in support of Gender Based Violence Awareness
1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced domestic or sexual abuse.
Every 6 days in Canada, a woman is killed by her partner or spouse.
Cases of domestic violence have increased during the pandemic.
What can you do? You can help to shed light on the issue of domestic violence. You can show your support for people suffering in silence. You can join us in a Gender Based Violence Awareness Walk Saturday November 27th.
Weather permitting we hope to place small red silhouettes along the trail from the Bike and Bean to Paula’s Purple bench.
For more information on the purple Barb’s bench program visit: https://silentwitnessnovascotia.ca/
Information about Paula Gallant can be found at: https://silentwitnessnovascotia.ca/paula-anne-gallant/
This event is part of the Global Day of Awareness 2021 and is hosted by the Anglican Parish of French Village
Train Station Bike and Bean
5401 St Margaret’s Bay Rd, Upper Tantallon, NS
The walk is about 1 km to the west and ends at the beginning of Mill Lake.
At 1 :00 pm we will have prayers followed by 3 minutes of silence at the bench.
If walking is an issue, you may drive up the new Bowater Mersey Road and stop
near the bench.