Share the Anzac Spirit in your neighbourhood

FOR 104 years Australians and New Zealanders have marched through the streets of their town remembering our fallen soldiers while honouring our servicemen and women on April 25.

Saturday marks an Anzac Day like no other in these times of coronavirus lockdown.

Locals who out of tradition have stood in the dark at dawn at Anzac Day services, marched in memory and in mateship and shared a game of two-up will instead tune into televised or streamed services and pay their respects in their driveways.

Anzac Day 2020.
Anzac Day 2020.

To help the community share the Anzac spirit in neighbourhoods across the Coffs Coast we are printing an Anzac Day window poster for readers to hang up outside their homes and ensure the sacrifice of past generations is collectively remembered and honoured.

You'll find the Anzac Day poster on page 39 of Saturday's paper.

Lest we forget. 

The Coffs Coast Advocate is printing an Anzac Day window poster in Saturday's edition so readers can share the Anzac Spirit in their neighbourhood.
The Coffs Coast Advocate is printing an Anzac Day window poster in Saturday's edition so readers can share the Anzac Spirit in their neighbourhood. Matt Deans

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