Scone Memorial CWA Baby Health Centre and Meeting Rooms

CWA meeting rooms with baby health centre memorial plaque - street viewMemorial plaque to Sister Ada Joyce BridgeCountry Women's Association letter to Australian Army about Sister Bridge

A simple iron-roofed cottage serving originally as a baby health centre and the Country Women's Group (CWA) meeting rooms, with a memorial plaque on the front verandah to Sister Ada Joyce Bridge who died after the Fall of Singapore in 1942.

"In 1955 the Joyce Bridge Memorial Rooms were officially opened which is still home to CWA today." [The Scone Advocate, 21 September 2013]


In memory of
Sister Ada Joyce Bridge
who lost her life through enemy action
after the fall of Singapore
on 16th February 1942

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Unit Campaign Link
Sister Ada Joyce Bridge World War 2 NFX76284 AANS view
1 Surman Street
Scone NSW 2337
Location/surrounding area
Near main street of Scone, opposite the Thoroughbred Hotel
Recorded by
David Roden
Established date
circa 12/03/1955
World War 2

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