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Weston Cenotaph commemorates those who served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.
The cenotaph contains plaques to Private Richard LLoyd and Private Errol Bailey who were killed in action during the Vietnam War. The memorial also contains an Australia Remembers plaque commemorating those who served in World War Two and a plaque has been placed on the memorial to commemorate 100 hundred years since the First World War.
|Address:||Cessnock Road, Weston Memorial Park , Weston, 2326|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.815061|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
"In honour of all those who Served
Suffered and Died for Australia"
THE ANZAC CENTENARY
THIS PLAQUE HAS BEEN PLACED IN RECOGNITION OF
ONE HUNDRED YEARS SINCE THE FIRST WORLD WAR.
THIS WAR HELPED DEFINE AUSTRALIANS AS PEOPLE
AND ENCAPSULATE OUR UNIQUE NATIONAL IDENTITY, COURAGE, MATESHIP, SACRIFICE, GENEROSITY, FREEDOM AND A FAIR GO FOR ALL.
This Is A Cessnock City Council
Initiative In Conjunction With
Weston RSL Sub Branch
YEARS OF CESSNOCK
ANZAC City Council
The Spirit Lives
Private Richard Edward Lloyd
5th Battalion, The Royal
Australian Regiment (5RAR)
Killed in action 6 April 1967
IN HONOUR OF
THE MEN & WOMEN WHO SERVED
AUSTRALIA IN TIME OF CONFLICT
DURING WORLD WAR II
LEST WE FORGET
Private Errol John Bailey
1st Battalion, The Royal
Australian Regiment (1RAR)
Killed in action 13 May 1968