The Big March gives you the opportunity to create a digital avatar of yourself, which will join a massive crowd of marchers including celebrities like Aston Merrygold, The Saturdays, Corrie’s Michelle Keegan, Alexandra Burke and Alesha Dixson all headed to No.10 to stand up together to sign a petition asking Government to make sure all children and young people are protected from all forms of bullying.
As you march to No.10, the march will lead you across websites of cool brands and companies that are supporting this event, such as Google, Facebook, MTV, Bliss Magazine and even Fun Kids too!
You can log on right now to watch specially made videos, listen to songs and read what some of your favourite celebrities have to say about bullying. You’ll also be able to meet up virtually with all your friends, get some advice and tips on how to deal with bullying and learn about some famous marches.
Beatbullying is also hoping to invite a group of people who want to take this a step further to spend the next year deciding what Government needs to do to tackle bullying, so if you think you’ve got what it takes, you could be a part of the Big March Bullying Commission.
And if you want to show your support in the real world too, make sure you get one of the limited edition Sillybandz designed and modelled by Aston – available to buy on www.beatbullying.org
We hope to see you on The Big March this 15th November!