Thousands of people, from students to grandparents, are set to walk down Castle Street Castle Hill on Friday, November 23 to protest against violence against women.
The march will start at 7am at Castle Towers and head down Castle St to Castle Hill RSL. Attendees are asked to gather outside the Castle Towers Piazza.
White Ribbon Ambassador Simon Bouda from Channel Nine News will be a guest speaker as well as author Renee McBryde at a White Ribbon breakfast in the Lyceum room at 8am.
McBryde’s book, House of Lies, details the story of her turbulent childhood and her father who was jailed for murder. Tickets are $50.
As well as the breakfast upstairs there will be a youth event in the Castle Hill RSL Courtyard restaurant attended by students from at least 15 local high schools.
Guest speakers will be Marco Capobianco from the Conviction Group, Ed Jenkins from the police youth liaison officer Rob Paterson.
For details of the White Ribbon breakfast or to book visit www.castlehillrsl.com.au