Anzac Day plays a significant role in our Australian Calendar and National culture. The day seems even more poignant by the fact that many thousands of locals meet together in their own suburbs, towns and villages to remember their local service men and woman, past and present.
It’s a day we are very pleased to be a part of at many locations. Unlike other days in the year, a 3am start doesn’t seem to matter on April 25th.
Our role is simple. Ensure that people can hear clearly what is being said, without fuss or fanfare. It’s not a day to show off our latest and greatest, but just to unobtrusively and respectfully help others to feel a part of what is going on.
This year we did that from Coledale and Woonona, through Wollongong to Shellharbour, and up to Bowral. We’d love to hear from RSL clubs or local groups looking for help with their ANZAC day services next year. We will work to help you whatever your budget, or just with no obligation advice.