Reflection: Paying respect to those who have served

by Brighton Council
Floral tributes

The ANZAC Commemorative Service at Remembrance Park in Brighton was held at 11am on ANZAC Day.

Mayor Leigh Gray

Brighton Council thanks all those in attendance, and gives special thanks to: 65 Army Cadet Unit – Bridgewater, Brighton Primary School, Old Beach Scout Group, Mr Graeme Curran, Geard 4 Light & Sound, Reverend Rod Curtain, and Rotary Club of Brighton.

The gathering crowd

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