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When:15 -29 July 2016
Key Highlights:
  • Guided battlefield tour
  • Attendance at Pozieres Commemoration Ceremony
  • Presentation by WW2 French Resistance
  • Attendance at Ravivage de la Flamme

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Legatee Bryce Rogers presents a replica of his father's medals to Amber Glasgow to wear at Pozieres.
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THE major raffle to help raise funds for Euroa’s Brenton Noye surpassed the $5000 target, with the remainder to support Legacy's widow fund.
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A Point Cook teen is gearing up for the trip of
a lifetime. Evan Rodwell is one of 80 young people from across Australia...

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MY GRANDFATHER John (Jack) Gordon was allocated to the 47th Battalion, which, after a brief period in the line before the battle of Fromelles, moved south to participate in the attack on Pozieres.
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Two local residents will join Nepean Legacy to walk in the footsteps of the ANZACs later this year.
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Campbells Creek siblings and Junior Legatees,
Lewis, Keegan and Claire Short, have received
their uniform kits in preparation for their upcoming Legacy study tour to Pozières.

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BRENTON Noye has successfully raised enough funds for his upcoming Legacy Study Tour commemorating the Battle of the Pozieres after an event at the Old Flour Mill.
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FORMER Dungog High School student Victoria Saunders is heading to France to commemorate the Battle of Pozieres.
“The trip is for students aged from 16 to 25 who are still studying and luckily I fell into that category. And I’ve also been asked to be one of the nine team leaders on the trip."

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CPL. Harold Silvester Tutt was a 19 year old stockman when he enlisted. Although he suffered gunshot wounds on three occasions during his time on the Western Front, he was one of the lucky survivors at Pozieres.
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