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Stroud Anzac Service

Tuesday 25 April, 2017 8am – Assemble at the corner of Cowper Street and Memorial Avenue, Stroud. 8.30am – March to the cenotaph Advertisements

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Anzac Day 2016

Monday 25 April Lest we forget Stroud 8am – March starting at the front of Bowen Chambers 8.20am – Service at the Cenotaph, Memorial Ave Dungog 5.30am – Dawn Service – War Memorial on Lord Street 10.30am – March – Dowling Street into Brown Street The Ode They shall grow not old, as we that are left […]

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Booral Public School Anzac Commemorative Ceremony

Once again, the students at Booral Public School have left us in awe after their mature, respectful conduct at yesterday’s Anzac Commemorative Ceremony. The ceremony was conducted by School Captains, Madison and Charlotte, and included readings from students in Kindergarten to Year 6 and presentations by representatives from the local RSL Sub-Branches, community members, former […]

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Anzac Ceremony at Stroud Public School

Stroud Public School had some very special visitors for their Anzac Day ceremony yesterday. Wing Commander Alistair Third and Flight Lieutenant Brenton Theravakam from Williamtown RAAF base joined Kevan Kennet, Peter Fidden, Barrie Fench and Neil Skeggs from the Karuah Sub-Branch of the RSL at the service. Students heard about the importance of mateship, and […]

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Anzac Day In Stroud

A Story By Beryl Bowden As a teenager during World War 2, I remember the Anzac Day Service held each year as being very special. The realization that we were actually ‘at war’ gave the occasion extra meaning. The procession of Red Cross Ladies, Junior Red Cross, boy scouts, girl guides and Servicemen always formed […]

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Commemorating our forces

Do you have any pictures, letters or memorabilia? A display is being put together commemorate the enormous contribution of the men and women who served in our forces over the past 100 years. Including: World War I, World War II, Vietnam, Iraq, other conflicts, National Service and Peacekeeping activities. If you have any memorabilia from […]

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