A service to remember murdered backpacker Caroline Stuttle, from York, will be held on the 10th anniversary of her death.
The 19-year-old student was robbed and pushed off a bridge at Bundaberg in Australia in April 2002.
People will have the opportunity to light a candle for her during the service at York Minster.
The gap-year student was killed during a bag snatch by drug addict Ian Previte who was found guilty of her murder in October 2004 and is serving a life sentence.
Previte, 32, was also given 10 years for robbery.
He had denied pushing Ms Stuttle to her death from a 30ft bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland.
The service at York Minster will begin at 5.15pm with prayers led by the Dean of York.
It will feature a reading by Ms Stuttle’s brother Richard.
Her mother Marjorie Mark said that while the service at York Minster marked a decade since her daughter’s death, it was hard to believe that so much time had passed since the tragedy.
She runs a charity in her daughter’s name. It aims to raise awareness of safe travel for young people.