Remembering those who have served

by Brighton Council
Students Timothy Be and Ruth Douglas, with Principal Bethany Armstrong, from Northern Christian School

On Anzac Day, members of council, including Mayor Leigh Gray, attended the public memorial service at Remembrance Park, Brighton to remember those who have served in the armed forces, or continue to serve.

Mayor Cr Leigh Gray and Councillor Aaron De La Torre

The mayor, and Councillor Aaron De La Torre laid wreaths to remember the fallen. Students from Northern Christian school were in attendance and also laid wreaths to honour those who lost their lives in battles across the world.

Anzac Day 2022 Wreaths

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