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13-September-2015
13-September-2015

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Cudlee Creek Soldiers Memorial Hall was erected as a tribute to those who served in the various conflicts in which Australia was involved.

Between 200  and 300 past and present residents of the Cudlee Creek district were at the local co-operative cold store last Friday to hear the Premier (Mr. Playford) officially open the Back to Cudlee Creek celebrations. Mr. Playford, who was accompanied by Mrs. Playford and Mr. McBride, MHR, and who was introduced by the chairman of the celebrations committee (Mr O. J.Sickerdick), congratulated the district on its achievements. Introducing the Premier, Mr. Sickerdick said that the main purpose of the celebrations was to raise money for the erection of a soldiers' memorial hall on a block of land presented by Mr. Ludewigs.
Chronicle (Adelaide), 27 November 1947.

 

Location

Address:Gorge Road & Redden Drive, Cudlee Creek, 5232
State:SA
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.840053
Long: 138.816469
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Conflict
Sub-Theme:Multiple

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 17th November, 1956
Front Inscription

CUDLEE CREEK
SOLDIERS MEMORIAL HALL

THIS STONE WAS UNVEILED AS A TRIBUTE TO THOSE WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY BY R.G.HANNAFORD
17th NOV. 1956

 

Source: MA,TOH
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