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COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE

Sunday 11 November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18). 

On this day Australians will observe a one minute silence at 11 am, in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts.

Please join us on Sunday, 11th November 2018
AT ANZAC CENTENARY PARK at 10.30am
FOR A VERY SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE
(Shore Street West, Cleveland - where our Anzac Day services are held). 

Prior to the Service, a Troop Train will arrive at Cleveland Train Station with troops from Enoggera Barracks who will then march up Shore Street East to participate in the Remembrance Day Commemorative Service.

Afterwards, all League members, Veterans, serving personnel, partners and carers are welcome back to the Gallipoli Room at Redlands RSL for camaraderie.

‘TROOP TRAIN’ TRIBUTE TO CENTENARY OF ARMISTICE

A specially commissioned ‘Troop Train’ will travel across Brisbane’s City Train Network in the lead up to Remembrance Day 2018, in tribute to the Centenary of Armistice, veterans and current service personnel.

Designed by Redlands RSL Sub Branch, the train will feature the distinctive lone soldier and red poppy, symbolising the lives lost on the Western Front during World War 1.

“On Remembrance Day, Queensland veterans and their families will be invited to travel on the train from Central Station at 9.07am, joining 110 servicemen and women from Gallipoli Barracks, to attend Remembrance Day services in Cleveland,” - Mr Alan Harcourt.