Crochet blooms help spread message that elder abuse is not OK

Updated June 28 2018 - 1:21pm, first published November 1 2017 - 12:00am
PEERS FOR PURPLE – The purple road with its handmade flowers outside Parliament House is held by (from left) project officer Marissa Martin, Karen Merrin, Seniors and Ageing Minister Mick Murray, peer volunteer Judy Jouhador and project officer Bruce Carstairs.
PEERS FOR PURPLE – The purple road with its handmade flowers outside Parliament House is held by (from left) project officer Marissa Martin, Karen Merrin, Seniors and Ageing Minister Mick Murray, peer volunteer Judy Jouhador and project officer Bruce Carstairs.

FLOWER by flower a road of purple is growing in Perth’s northern suburbs.

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