On behalf of Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC), Deputy Mayor and President of the Quirindi RSL, Councillor Doug Hawkins, has thanked locals for their patience during the works that have been undertaken to return Quirindi’s War Memorial Clock Tower to its full glory.
“A few traffic delays will be more than compensated for in having this iconic landmark of our community restored and paying tribute to those who have served the Nation for future generations,” Councillor Hawkins said.
LPSC Councillors have taken the opportunity to inspect the works that have been carried out.
“We know how much this memorial means to the community and it is great to know that its restoration will ensure its continued role into the future.
“A special ceremony will be held in coming weeks to mark the completion of the works and to provide the opportunity for the community to mark this achievement and to pay their respects,” Councillor Hawkins concluded.
LPSC Civil Service Technical Officer Kelvyn Tan, Councillor Ian Lobsey,
Deputy Mayor Doug Hawkins, Councillor Paul Moules and Councillor
Rob Webster inspect the works that have been undertaken at
Quirindi’s War Memorial Clock Tower.