BR4R holds vigils:
– to remember and respect refugees who have died
– on Palm Sunday each year in line with other refugee groups across Australia to make a statement that refugees are welcome
Speakers include refugees telling their stories, representatives from local and state government and refugee advocates and supporters. We are joined by singers and have listened to messages directly from people on Manus Island and Nauru.
In 2017, BR4R held a vigil on 19th July – four years since government policy was enacted that anyone seeking asylum and arriving by boat would never settle in Australia.
Lennox Head Markets
Second Sunday of the Month
The Lennox Head market is held on the second Sunday of the month from 7am to 1pm.
The Ballina Region for Refugees stallsells a diverse range of items including fresh popcorn, pre-loved clothes, books and bric-a-brac.
The market is run completely by volunteers and if you are interested in supporting by either bringing items for sale or assisting on the stall please contact us with a message
BR4R is available to give talks to community groups and at special events.
Talks have been given at Harmony Day and on local media such as Paradise FM and Bay FM.
There have also been presentations at local schools