Unley Publications : Unley Life Spring 2017
For everything that is happening in your community UNLEY 10 Do you own items that were brought home by the men and women who served in France in the Great War of 1914-1918? Together with Flinders University, the City of Unley is hunting for W WI objects that Unley residents may have in storage, that reflect the experiences of Australians who served in France. We want to better understand the stories associated with these objects and the enduring connections formed with France. We also hope to be able to provide you with information and details about these objects to help you form a better understanding of their significance. From January 2018 the fixed route will cease and residents will be transitioned to the new and exciting door-to-door service, transporting residents to shopping centres and other places of interest, including community centres and libraries. Keep your eyes out for the new program...coming soon! We will keep you updated on how you can book these new services. For more information, phone 8372 5131. How to get involved? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture of your objects and the details you have about the items and souvenirs. Attend a free event at the Unley Town Hall on Friday, 10 November, at 6pm French historian and Flinders University lecturer, Dr Romain Fathi, will discuss Unley’s involvement in W WI and its special connection to Pozières. Bookings can be made online, go to unley.sa .gov.au/museum for details. Bring your artefacts from France in WWI to the Unley Museum on Sunday, 26 November. Discover their history and have them assessed by French historian Dr Romain Fathi of Flinders University. No booking required. For more information visit unley.sa.gov.au/museum Uncovering our military heritage Keeping Unley moving! There will be some changes to the Unley Community Bus Service in 2018.
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