Black Springs Soldiers Memorial Wing Print Page
Black Springs Soldiers Memorial Wing was erected in memory of those who enlisted from the Black Springs District in World War One. The wing is an extension at the eastern end of the hall with a bronze plaque affixed to the northern wall. The building has now been sold to private enterprise.
In memory of the soldiers who enlisted from the Black Springs district, a memorial wing has been added to the local hall and on Wednesday. November 21, in perfect weather, was declared open by the Hon. George Ritchie, who delivered an eloquent speech, mainly referring to the fallen soldiers.
Burra Record, 12th December 1923.
|Address:||Black Springs Road, Black Springs Hall , Black Springs, 5114|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.898355|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Wednesday 21st November, 1923|
SOLDIERS` MEMORIAL WING
ERECTED NOV 21 1923