Walking for reconciliation

COFFS Harbour local Reconciliation Group will hold their annual friendship walk and barbecue tomorrow.

The walk has taken place every year since 2000, and organisers are hoping for a good turn out this year.

"Many friendships have been made through these days," said Ken Craig, co-convenor of the Coffs Harbour group.

Sunday's walk will commence at Park Beach Reserve at 11am with a welcome by Gumbaynggirr Elders.

The walk will then proceed across Park Beach Bridge to the Jetty foreshore.

Walkers are asked to carry a flower or gum leaves in a sign of peace and friendship.

At the Jetty foreshores there will be a barbecue and activities including music and guest speakers.

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