REMEMBRANCE: Corporal “Forrest” Harrington in position in the catafalque party during the daytime Anzac Day service at Memorial Park. Photo JoJo Newby
REMEMBRANCE: Corporal “Forrest” Harrington in position in the catafalque party during the daytime Anzac Day service at Memorial Park. Photo JoJo Newby

ANZAC service times across the Clarence Valley

GRAFTON

5.45am: Assemble outside council chambers for march to Memorial Park.

6am: Dawn Service at Grafton Memorial Park. Breakfast at Grafton District Services Club ($10 donation).

9.30am: All organisations and individuals are invited to take part in the procession and should assemble in Prince St (Market Square) for march to Memorial Park.

10am: Civic commemoration at the Cenotaph, Memorial Park. Lunch at Grafton District Services Club ($15 donation).

Contact: Denis Benfield on 0412 410 474 for wreath laying arrangements.

SOUTH GRAFTON

5.05am: Assemble at New School of Arts in Spring St, South Grafton, for march.

5.15am: Dawn Service at Lane Boulevard.

6.30am: Gunfire breakfast at South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club.

10.55am: Members of the RSL, and all organisations and individuals to march from the New School of Arts in Spring St, South Grafton.

11.15am: Commemoration Service at the Cenotaph, Lane Boulevard.

12.30pm: Lunch at South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club.

Contact: Ron Ritchie on 0402 339 590 for wreath laying arrangements.

MACLEAN

5.30am: Dawn vigil at Cenotaph (Club veranda in event of rain), followed by gunfire breakfast at Maclean Services Club.

10am: Assemble at SPAR for march at 10.30am.

11am: Service at Cenotaph.

12.30pm: Lunch at Maclean Services Club.

Contact Laurel Burr on 6645 2756 or 0407 415 546 for wreath laying arrangements.

CHATSWORTH/ILUKA

6am: Dawn Service at the memorial, Charles St, Iluka. Barbecue breakfast and refreshments at Iluka Hall (next to memorial).

10.30am: Assemble at Iluka School for march to memorial.

11am: Remembrance and wreath-laying service.

Noon: Lunch at the Iluka Bowling Club ($20 on day).

Contact: Brian Thomas 0411 393 730.

LAWRENCE

5.45am: Assemble at Lawrence Hall for dawn memorial service, followed by gunfire breakfast for attendees at Lawrence Tavern.

10am: Assemble at Lawrence Hall for commemoration service, followed by morning tea for attendees at Lawrence Hall. Please bring a plate.

WOOLI

5am: Assemble at Wooli Bowling and Recreation Club for march.

5.30am: Dawn service at Cenotaph.

6am: Breakfast at Wooli Bowling & Recreation Club.

10.45am: Assemble at Wooli Bowling & Recreation Club for march.

11am: Service at the Cenotaph, followed by lunch for ex-service personnel and partners at the Wooli Bowling & Recreation Club.

Contact: Peter Curtis 6649 7823.

YAMBA

5.30am: Assemble at the Yamba Cenotaph.

5.45am: Dawn Service at the Cenotaph.

9.30am: Assemble in Clarence St opposite Star of the Sea Convent for march.

10am: Service at the Cenotaph.

Contact: John Wade on 0403 432 003.

ULMARRA

10.45am: March commences in the vicinity of the old council chambers to Memorial Park on the riverbank.

11am: Commemoration service in Memorial Park.

TULLYMORGAN

5.15am: Assemble at Tullymorgan School.

5.30am: Dawn Service at Tullymorgan School, followed by gunfire breakfast (gold coin donation).

Contact: Sue Searles on 0408 408 749.

COPMANHURST (MAY 1)

10am: A bus will depart the Grafton District Services Club on Thursday, May 1 at 10am for those wishing to attend.

10.45am: Assemble at the Rest Point Hotel for march.

11am: Service at Copmanhurst Hall followed by refreshments at Rest Point Hotel.

Contact: Denis Benfield on 0412 410 474 to utilise the free bus.



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