Remembering our heroes: Peace Walk for Red Cliffs

Sandra Burton and Kate Smythe, of the Red Cliffs Resource Centre’s mosaic group, and Ian Cook and Helen Petschel, of the Red Cliffs and District Historical Society, apply the finishing touches to the Peace Walk’s mosaic mural which will be unveiled tomorrow.

Sandra Burton and Kate Smythe, of the Red Cliffs Resource Centre’s mosaic group, and Ian Cook and Helen Petschel, of the Red Cliffs and District Historical Society, apply the finishing touches to the Peace Walk’s mosaic mural which will be unveiled tomorrow.

TOMORROW’S commemoration of the centenary of armistice after World War I in Red Cliffs will mark the opening of a special community project.

The Red Cliffs and District Historical Society and community groups have been busy over the past few months helping transform the Guava Street channel into a special walking track with a peace and harmony theme. 

Known as the Peace Walk, the track is surrounded by gardens, seating and a mosaic mural, and will be officially opened tomorrow to commemorate the peaceful settlement of the town by returned soldiers.

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