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The church is dedicated to St Deny`s, the patron Saint of France.
St Denys was built in 1923 for a Soldier Settlement at Amiens, where over 700 returned soldiers were allocated blocks in what became the Pikedale Soldier Settlement.
Altar ornaments came from the Australian base at Le Havre and are believed to originate from the Cathedral in Amiens, France, as a token of gratitude for Aussie soldiers in France during the 1914 -18 war.
|Address:||17 Trevethan Lane, Amiens, 4380|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -28.590557|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 21st December, 2008|
St Denys` Church
Dedicated to St Denys` the patron Saint of France emphasizes the strong links between the returned soldiers and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom on the battlefields of France, never to return home.