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The Grantham Heritage Park Memorial, which is on the site of a former Returned Soldiers Settlement Scheme, commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved since World War One.
|Address:||Seven Hills Road South, Grantham Heritage Park , Seven Hills, 2147|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.780833|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Designer:||Simon Alexander Cook (Design & graphics), Michael Keighery (Ceramics)|
|Monument Manufacturer:||Peter Davis|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 4th December, 1998|
IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED THE NATION OF AUSTRALIA IN WORLD WAR 1 AND BEYOND
11 November 1998.
Memorial commended by Dept. of Veteran Affairs (Their Service - Our Heritage Program)
Seven Hills - Toongabbie R.S.L. Sub-Branch.
NSW Dept. of Land & Water Conservation.
Friends of Grantham Inc. (Frog Bush Care)
On this site was built a wooden Bachelors` Barracks to house Returned Servicemen while they trained in Poultry Farming as part of the Returned Soldier Settlement Scheme. Returned Soldier Settlements were a principal part of the Nation`s Reconstruction Program for Veterans who gave their all for King and Country. Their training here, at Seven Hills, and subsequent career in poultry farming helped establish the County of Cumberland as a dominant centre for Poultry farming in New South Wales in post war years.