2015 Meetings will still be in Bridie O'Reilly's Pub Until Further Notice
Brunswick Town Hall is still not available. Our meetings will continue to be held in the Private Function Room of Bridie O'Reilly's Irish Pub (the former Sarah Sands Hotel) until further notice.
Combined History Meeting - Broadmeadows, Brunswick and Coburg
100 Men, 100 Heroes The Boys of Coburg High School go to war
In May 2015A special talk as part of thein commemorating how Conflict & Compassion has shaped our communitiesAnother Kind of Army- CHAPLAIN SOLDIERS IN WWI"A cup of tea, a helping hand, an encouraging word, a quiet prayer"Presenting the story of Salvation Army Officers who were commissioned as Military-Chaplains in the First AIF and served on Gallipoli and in France.From the time that the first Salvation Army military-chaplain landed on Gallipoli with the 4th Battalion in April 1915, until the last of the Diggers came home from France after the war ended in 1918, Salvation Army military-chaplains ministered spiritually and temporally to a generation of young Australian men subjected to the unbelievable horrors of World War One.It was the start of a special ministry by The Salvation Army to Australian servicemen and women that continued into the Second World War and continues today, caring for soldiers and their families in time of peace and war.to be presented byLindsay CoxTerritorial Archivist of The Salvation ArmyDate: 2 May 2015 (Saturday)Time: 1.30 PM till 3.30 PM approximatelyVenue: Private Function Room,Bridie O'Reilly's Irish Pub(former Sarah Sands Hotel)In June 2015
Thank you Australian National Placenames Survey for mentioning us in page 8 of your Dec 2013 Placenames Australia newsletter.
Can you help?
The Brunswick Community History Group is interested in collecting and publishing local history stories.
We often get requests for information about great-grandparents or other family members which we cannot supply, but we are happy to publish whatever information the person researching his or her family history has already found out, in our quarterly magazine 'Fusion'. Quite often this has led to further information or even contact with long lost family or friends.