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.
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.