In 1918 our brave soldiers endured their final year of WWI’s bloody conflict, suffering and sacrificing their lives for our country.
More than 80 parades and services will take place across Auckland on Wednesday 25 April to remember and pay tribute to our soldiers who served their country in this war and other conflicts. “This Anzac Day, we honour all those who have served to protect the freedom we enjoy today. We will always remember them.” – Mayor Phil Goff.
Grey Lynn Parade and Service
Parade assembly: 9am on Castle Street.
Parade commences: 9.30am from corner of Castle Street, marching Richmond Road turning left into Francis Street.
Service: 9.45am at Grey Lynn RSC Clubrooms, 1 Francis Street.
Road closure details: 9.15am-9.30am, rolling road closure will be in place.
Contact: Kris Hall 0274 817 055 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For full details visit OurAuckland www.ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/news/2018/4/auckland-to-commemorate-anzac-day-across-the-region/