Families Of Veterans Guild

April 2023

ANZAC Field of Remembrance 2023

The 2023 ANZAC Field of Remembrance has come to a close and we reflect on the touching display of honour and remembrance for our fallen heroes. Our AWWNSW CEO Renee Wilson summed it up perfectly: \”It was the usual high standard. It was moving. It was thought-provoking. It was special. It was about the families […]

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AWWNSW marks 50 years since the end of Australia\’s involvement in the Vietnam War

On April 29, we marked 58 years since Australian troops committed to the Vietnam War, and this year will mark 50 years since the end of Australia\’s involvement in this conflict. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Matt Keogh noted the significance of the Anniversary and paid tribute to those who served in the defence of our

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AWWNSW ENEWSLETTER APRIL 2023

Welcome to our April Newsletter! Welcome to this April 2023 special edition of our Newsletter dedicated to our upcoming Field of Remembrance! You will find information on how to be involved this year, whether you are near or far including: What ANZAC Day means to war widows and information about the ANZAC Day march The

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The 70th RSL and Schools Remember ANZAC Commemoration and Inaugural Exhibition

Australian War Widows NSW State President, Queen Dunbar laid a wreath on behalf of AWWNSW at the recent 70th RSL and Schools Remember ANZAC Commemoration at Anzac Memorial Hyde Park. The proceedings were delivered entirely by school students including the Master of Ceremonies, keynote address, readings, and musical accompaniment. The Service also included an Inspection

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