Over 100 people of all age groups attended the “Walk for William” event held in our unique western town of Condobolin. The event started in the township of Condobolin and finished on the foreshore of the Gum Bend Lake a distance of approximately three kilometres.

The walk was planned to mark one year since William Tyrrell’s disappearance from his grandmother’s house in the New South Wales mid North Coast town of Kendall.

Condobolin ‘Walk for William’ walk, was 1 of 200 organised walks across Australia and it was a privilege to have it in our town. Like always in small country towns the town folk rally together to make events happen. Our local community quickly jumped in and made it come to pass with ease.

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The “Walk for William” went well and the day was finished off by providing entertainment for the children with a jumping castle and by providing a free lunch a sausage sizzle, refreshments and water.

The Walk for William organisers were overwhelmed by the generosity of the local community, business owners and especially by the professional service of the RRT which donated and served chilled bottles of water on the day for those who participated in the walk.

The RRT arrived at 10.30am in a vehicle pulling a superb well organised trailer fitted out with everything they needed. The Team set up water delivery points in two locations, the first delivery point was set up 1.5 kilometres in on the walking track and the other was set up at the finish line.

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