What is the Remembrance Walk? Legacy’s Remembrance Walk brings an opportunity to pay tribute and remember the sacrifices made by our once serving members of the Australian Defence Force, our heroes and their families. Just like our Legacy family, with our youngest only 5 years old to our oldest who turned 108 years old; the demographics of participants in 2019 was diverse. Ranging from city commuters, families, current and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force, Government departments, schools, clubs, corporate businesses and many defence-related enterprises that provide goods and services directly to Defence, and deliver into the supply chains of prime contractors in South Australia, the defence state. On Friday 6 November 2020, we ask you to take an hour from your morning to be a part of our unique Remembrance Walk. Starting at the Torrens Parade Ground, meet at 7:00 am for a 7:30 am start with a minute’s silence, then follow the Australian Light Horse Brigade mounted troops for a walk of 1.5 km's up King William Street, around Government House, along North Terrace, turning at Kintore Avenue to walk along the ANZAC Centenary Memorial Walk path and finishing back at the Parade Grounds with a Legacy BBQ breakfast and opportunity to say "thank you". School Communities have two options; Option one, you are welcome to join us at the Torrens Parade Ground or Option two, hold a Remembrance Walk in your school ground or local area. We encourage schools, local, country and rural, to get behind Legacy in making Remembrance Day a part of the curriculum, to engage students to remember our Defence servicemen and women and their families. Play your part and help make a difference, REGISTER online or contact Legacy House on 8231 9812 or [email protected].