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Blayney Soldiers Memorial Hall

Blayney Soldiers Memorial Hall
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Blayney Soldiers Memorial Hall, close-up of dedication tablet
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Description / Background

The Blayney Soldiers Memorial Hall is a stately brick building, with an iron roof and a flagpole in the front yard. It was built in honour of those who served in the First World War. There are two dedication tablets on the front exterior wall.

The hall is located next to the Blayney Second World War Memorial Baby Health Centre and the Blayney Boer War Memorial Lamp.

Inscription

Facade

Soldiers Memorial Hall

Tablet 1

This tablet erected to the
memory of fallen comrades,
was unveiled by
Chaplain. T. Mathers B.A.
after dedication of this Hall
28th Aug 1935.
Donated by E. R. Erwin Hon. Treas.

Tablet 2

This tablet was unveiled by
L. A. Robb Esq. C.M.G.,
State President R.S.& S.I.L.A.
when officially opening this Hall
28th Aug 1935.
R. H. Clark President. A. Yoxall Hon. Secty.
C. A. M. White Hon. Architect.

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Address
37 Church Street
Blayney NSW 2799
Local Government Area
Blayney Shire
Setting
Roadside
Memorial type
Building
Recorded by
David Roden. Peter Levarre-Waters.
Year of construction
1935
Dedication date
28 August 1935
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Materials
Brick
Concrete
Glass
Metal