A COOL and cloudy day didn’t dampen enthusiasm for Brighton municipality’s ANZAC Day services with both the dawn and 11am services well attended.
The dawn service was held at the Veteran’s Centre in the Coronation Hall in Bridgewater and the 11am service at Remembrance Park.
Deputy Mayor Barbara Curran officiated at the 11am service with special guest speaker Reg Watson, a local war historian.
The ANZAC Day march left the Pontville Memorial Park at 10.30am and headed to Remembrance Park in time for the 11 am service.
Following the official proceedings there a range of activities and foot races were held for families to enjoy. Brighton municipality families were encouraged to bring along a picnic or enjoy the free barbecue.