Uralla St John's Parish Memorial Hall

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Description

The Uralla St John's Parish Memorial Hall is located on the southern side of St John's Anglican Church. It was dedicated by the Lord Bishop of Armidale on 17 February 1958 and was erected to the Glory of God and to those who served and died in World War 1, World War 2 and Korea. Following a gift from Colin Jenkins and with the labour and gifts from parishioners, the hall was renovated and extended to provide service areas on the northern side of the hall in 1993.

Inscription

Plaque 1

St. JOHN'S PARISH MEMORIAL HALL
ERECTED TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND AS A TRIBUTE TO ALL THOSE WHO SERVED
AND THOSE WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY 
WORLD WAR 1 WORLD WAR 11 KOREA
DEDICATED 17th. FEBRUARY, 1958
BY THE LORD BISHOP OF ARMIDALE
J.O. QUAYLE Vicar

Plaque 2

THE GLORY OF GOD
THE HALL EXTENSION AND
RENOVATION WAS MADE POSSIBLE
BY THE GIFT OF COLIN JENKINS
AND THE LABOUR AND GIFTS
OF PARISHIONERS
JUNE 1993

Address
12 Park Street
Uralla NSW 2358
Location/surrounding area
St John's Parish Memorial Hall
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Dedication date
17 February 1958
Conflict/s
World War 1
World War 2
Korean Campaign

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