Reflection: Paying respect to those who have served

by Brighton Council

11.00am Service lead by Mayor Leigh GrayThe Anzac Day public memorial service was led by Mayor Leigh Grey, in front of 300 attendees, honouring those who have served or continue to serve in the armed forces.

65th Army Cadets Unit, Bridgewater catafalque party march

The 65th Army Cadets Unit were in attendance and provided a catafalque party to the service. Deputy Mayor, Cr Barbara Curran, along with Defence Force personnel, Brighton SES members, community members and representatives of federal and local government laid wreaths. Brighton Primary school students sang the New Zealand and Australian national anthems and Geoff Hull, Acting President of the Brighton Food Hub, recited the Ode of Remembrance in honour of those who have lost their lives in wartime duty.

Brighton Primary School students singing NZ and Australian national anthems

The Rotary Club of Brighton provided a free BBQ following the service.

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Reflection: Paying respect to those who have served
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