THE dawn service will be held at 4.45am and the main service at 11am. Lansdowne and Upper Lansdowne school children are welcome to participate in the march as well as all ex-servicemen in the area.
DAWN service: Assemble at 5.15am at corner of Clerke and David Streets, Old Bar for the march to the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, for the service and wreath laying 5.30am. A light breakfast will be provided.
For the Anzac Day march and service, assemble in Waterman Street, Old Bar at the corner of Old Bar Road at 11.45am for commencement of march to Club Old Bar main entrance, Belford Street, arriving at approximately 12.10pm. The Anzac service and wreath laying ceremonies will start at about 12.30 and finish at 1.30pm.
The Taree City Band will perform until 3pm. Members of the Old Bar community are also invited to a free sausage sizzle in the club after the service, followed by raffles and two-up to commence at 3.30pm.
Harrington Crowdy Head
A DAWN Service is being held at 5.45am at the War Memorial Hall. The Lions club provides a barbecue breakfast and women's auxiliary will provide tea and damper.
The march to the main service will assemble outside the pharmacy on Beach Street at 10.45am. It will head along Beach Street, Pilot Street, up to the memorial hall.
RAAF flyover at about 11.30am.
A luncheon follows at Harrington Bowling Club - entry by ticket only.
A DAWN service will be held at the town's war memorial, starting at 5.45am and is being run by the National Servicemen's Association Manning Valley sub branch. Everyone is welcome.
A DAWN service will be held at 6am at the cenotaph.
This will be followed by the main service at 11am. The march will form up at 10.30am at Bulahdelah Hospital, before marching along Crawford Street, to the cenotaph. All welcome.
KRAMBACH'S Anzac Day march will gather at Carney Memorial Park at 10am for 10.30am start and march up to the memorial outside Krambach Hall. A service will follow in the hall, followed by a luncheon for those wishing to attend.
A DAWN Service will be held at Nabiac Memorial Park, gathering at 5.30am for a 6am start.
The Anzac march starts at Nabiac Public School, 10.15am for 10.30am, marching around to the cenotaph in Nabiac Memorial Park.
MUSTER for the dawn service is at 5.15am at the corner of Isabella and Queens streets, 5.30pm short march to Wingham Town Hall for the dawn service.
Main service muster is 9.15am at Bent Street, outside Wingham Services Club, 9.30am march to town hall, 10.15 commemorative service.
Speaker is Eddi Raglus, captain of Wingham High, assisted by Kate Shields. Master of ceremonies is Ron Irwin, Wingham RSL Sub-branch president; Katabile choir is assisting with Richard Crook on organ; flag bearers and guardians of the cenotaph are from Wingham High; the minister is Rev Daryl McKeough and the bugler is Warwick Murray.
Three other services will be conducted in Wingham on Anzac Day: 8.30am at the Wingham cemetery gates service; 11.30am Anzac service at Wingham Court; 5pm ceremonial sunset service at Town Hall.