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Armistice Day

We have a very special Armistice Day service on the Map of Australia, observing the two minutes silence at 11 o’clock.  The service was held by Rev Bill Smith along with Lieutenant James Davis, Australian Army and included readings by RAF and RAAF personnel along with some of our volunteers.  It was a very moving and poignant service.


Putting up the flagpole


Following a very generous donation by a local resident, our brand new flagpole was put up ready for Armistice Day.  We had already concreted in the base, so with the light fast fading on a dull November afternoon, we took the flagpole up to the top of the downs and then set it in place – that was the easy bit.  Working out how to hoist the flag was another matter!


An article on the BBC News website

A lovely little piece appeared on the BBC News website on Sunday 4th November.

See it here


To watch the BBC Inside Out programme, see our Blog page for 5th November



Our mascot Tallulah!

Meet Tallulah, our little mascot!  She has been up on the slopes with owner Rex for several of our dates this summer and will chase and retrieve sticks all day…

21st October 6

Establishing our new flagpole base

Part of our work on 21st October was to cement in place a new flagpole base which has been kindly donated to us by a local resident, along with a brand new flagpole and flag.  We are extremely grateful and cannot wait to see the Australian flag proudly flying on Armistice Day!