The Sydney Branch has the pleasure to announce that the centre paver in the Merchant Navy memorial section of the walk at North Fort (North Head) has been laid with past and present members now able to purchase the small paver that will be laid around the centre paver.
The order forms may be obtained from the Sydney Branch or can be posted out to past and present members if required. Please contact the Sydney Branch on 02-9267-9134 for forms.
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