The Lithgow community is being encouraged to join together for suicide awareness and prevention on Saturday at the third local Walk ‘n’ Talk.
The third edition of the walk has moved to a new scenic location at Blast Furnace Park and Lake Pillans after first two events were held at the Tony Luchetti Showground in April and July.
Walk ‘n’ Talk seeks to bring people together to be open with each other about how they are going.
The gathering provides a place where community members can find someone who is willing to walk with them and take the time to listen.
First time walkers will be provided with a free Walk ‘n’ Talk t-shirt and cap and the will also be a free sausage sizzle.
The event will begin at 9.30am on Saturday, October 14.
To keep up to date visit Walk ‘n’ Talk Lithgow on Facebook.