Shining a light for Sarah Everard


Stroud residents will join people around the nation to light a candle and shine a light for Sarah Everard.

Everyone is asked to shine a light – a candle, a torch, a phone – to remember Sarah and ‘all women affected by and lost to violence’.

Reclaim These Streets, has asked people across the country to take part at 9.30pm.

Human remains found in a woodland in Kent on Wednesday were identified as those of marketing executive Ms Everard on Friday.

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Serving Met Police officer Wayne Couzens was charged with the murder and kidnap of Ms Everard last night. He appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today.

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