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ANZAC Day Commemoration Parades and Services Monday, 25 April 2022

Hauraki District Council organized Parades and Civic Commemoration Services at the Ngatea, Waihi and Paeroa Memorial Halls will not be going ahead this year.

Mayor Toby Adams says that while it was a difficult decision to make, especially in light of the changes to the Red Traffic Light setting recently, he is confident it is the right one.

“We start planning these events well in advance and when the call was made to cancel, it was because the guidelines in place were too tight. Now, even with the easing of restrictions, we’re conscious of the importance of keeping the vulnerable in our community safe, given the current spread of Covid in the Waikato.”

Despite the cancellation of the Civic Services, there are several other ANZAC services and parades being run throughout the district.

Paeroa

6 am - RSA Dawn service, Cenotaph, Primrose Hill

Waihi

6 am - RSA Dawn service, Waihi RSA memorial area behind club, followed by
8 am - RSA Wreath laying, Waihi Cemetery
9am - Waihi Heritage Vision and Tunnelling Company Descendants – Tunnellers Memorial Gilmour Reserve, Waihi
11 am - RSA Memorial service, RSA Clubrooms, Waihi

Ngatea

11 am - RSA Parade & Memorial Service - RSA Clubrooms, Ngatea. Parade to proceed from the Hockey Turf through the domain to the RSA clubrooms. Participants to be at the Hockey Turf before 10:45am.

Kaihere/Patetonga

9 am Service at Kaihere Hall

Kerepehi

5:30 am Dawn service and Parade, Kerepehi War Memorial Hall

Please use the day to remember, in your own way, those who have served and are still serving our country in conflicts and peacekeeping.