A vigil which was due to take place in Richmond on Saturday following the death of Sarah Everard will now be a virtual event.
The change announced today by the organisers comes amid concerns the gathering could encourage the spread of coronavirus.
home in Clapham, south London on March 3.
Her body was found in Kent woodland a week later.
A serving Met policeman has been charged with her kidnap and murder.
The death has sparked a national debate about women’s safety and violence against women.
The original event was due to take place at 8pm in Richmond, with organisers stating that it was only for women and non-binary people.
I have listened to your concerns and worries about the vigil and the organisers have now taken these on board.
“So the new plan of action is that through the day you can go lay flowers at a location we will disclose on the day, then join us virtually for the vigil.
“It’s so important this event happens but it’s also vital to protect our area especially with how close we are with vaccinations.
“You are welcome to lay flowers and light candles on your doorstep as well.
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