On Saturday 12 September from 10.30am there will be a Walk for William held all around the nation.
In Adelaide the meeting point will be at Klemzig Bus Interchange, leaving at 10.30am sharp.
Walk along the O-Bahn track following the Torrens River all the way to Rundle Mall in the city.
Feel free to join the walk at any point along the Torrens River. Parking is available at the Interchange so you can catch an O-Bahn bus back to your vehicle.
Please wear red or blue or dress up as William’s favourite, Spider Man.
Here is some background from the Facebook page:
As you may already know William Tyrrell went missing from his grandma’s backyard, at around 10.30 am, at Kendall on the NSW mid-north coast in Australia, on September 12th 2014, at age just 3. William’s story has touched the hearts of many, in Australia and around the world, who all have one common goal and that is to see this little boy brought back home.
Since Williams disappearance there has been many news releases, each reminding us that there is a little boy out there who is without his family and in the hands of someone, a someone that is alleged part of an Australian Paedophile ring. The thought of William being at harm and without his family is heartbreaking. The thought of another child going missing for so many of us creates many emotions, one of those emotions was not being able to do something, not being able to help find William.
From these emotions came a vision, the National Walk4WilliamTyrrell Day. That vision was to involve every Australian. Every Australian taking to the streets in every state, territory, town, suburb, across Australia. Every Australian walking out of their homes on the anniversary of little Williams disappearance: 12/09/2015 at 10.30am (time William was taken), to join a walk or do their own walk wearing Spiderman suits or dressed in red and blue. (Spiderman was Williams favourite Superhero and at the time of his disappearance he was wearing a Spiderman suit).
In the hope we could bring him home.
In the hope that a memory is jogged, someone who knows something comes forward and contacts Crime Stoppers on; 1800 333 000 no matter how big or small that memory is.
In the hope that those person/s somewhere who know something, may be protecting someone who has not yet contacted Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 come forward.
In the hope that all Australians are educated in the truth of what is happening in our country and around the world.
In the hope that Williams story serves as a reminder to families on how important it is to educate our children on both stranger danger and situations that are certainly not acceptable.
In the hope it sends a clear message to these predators who live in our communities, who think it is acceptable to harm our children, we will not accept it not now, not ever!!!!
This vision wasn’t about asking Australians to dig deep into their pockets but to dig deep into their hearts and in the true Australian spirit they have done this. not include fundraising; selling merchandise or the exchange of any money at all this vision truly was a vision of Australians coming together to help find William, William Tyrrell a four year old boy who needs our help, all of Australia’s help to bring him home.
What: National Walk 4 William – Adelaide
When: Saturday 12 September 2015 | 10.30am
Where: starting from Klemzig O-Bahn Bus Interchange, Klemzig
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