Armadale, Bedfordale to salute our diggers

Armadale, Bedfordale to salute our diggers

More than 5000 people attended Armadale’s ANZAC Day service in 2019. Photograph – Richard Polden.

The Armadale RSL Sub-Branch will be hosting a Community ANZAC Day Dawn Service on Thursday 25 April commencing at 5:45am sharp.

The Armadale Police Rangers and 1st Scouts Troop will be holding a silent vigil through the night at the war memorial in Memorial Park, Jull Street.

Following the service, the RSL will be open with a full gunfire breakfast available from 6:30am at a cost of $10.

All are welcome to attend.

Bedfordale Dawn Service

The Bedfordale CWA will also be hosting an Anzac Day Dawn Service for all the community to attend from 5:30am at the Churchman Brook Community Centre.

A special tribute will be paid to past Bedfordale residents who served in WW1 and WW2 and sacrificed their lives for their country.

Bacon and egg rolls, tea and coffee will be available after the service for a gold coin donation.

Further merchandise will also be available for purchase on the day (eftpos will be available as a payment method).

If you do live locally, please walk or bike to the event as parking will be at a premium.

The Bedfordale CWA have extended a warm welcome to all who wish to pay respects to those that served our country and local community.