Published: Thursday, 8th September 2022
Saturday 17 September marks one year since Sabina Nessa’s horrific murder in Kidbrooke.
To celebrate her life and the amazing impact she had, Sabina’s family will be organising a remembrance walk in Kidbrooke on the evening of Saturday 24 September (the original walk has postponed following the death of the Queen).
The walk will begin by her home in Cator Park South at 8pm and finish in Pegler Square, where there will be a minute’s silence, speeches, and a reading of an award-winning poem which Sabina wrote herself.
Sabina’s family ask that you wear white in her honour. As Sabina loved light, her sisters would love everyone to walk with glow sticks and electric candles, which will be provided.
We will be lighting Woolwich Town Hall in yellow, the colour of sunflowers - Sabina’s favourite flower - on the evening of the 17th in remembrance.