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St Mary’s Anglican Church, Beverley

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This iconic building in Beverley has held a prominent place in the community since it was built in 1892, holding countless weddings, baptisms, confirmations and funerals. St Mary’s Anglican church remains a local landmark on the corner of John and Husking Streets, and still contributes to the community’s sense of
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St Aidan’s Uniting Church

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The building and its adjacent hall are listed on the State Register of Heritage Places and have been classified by the National Trust of Western Australia. Together, they are a valuable asset to the amenity and character of the Claremont area. Conservation has been regularly carried out over the years
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Battle of Crete Memorial

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In particular, the Committee seeks to commemorate the courage, sacrifice and commitment of those who served and endured the Battle of Crete. Following the Greece Campaign of the Second World War (February to April 1941); depleted elements of the 6th Division, Second Australian Imperial Force (AIF) were redeployed to the
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Treemission – a tree planting conservation initiative

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In 2008, a group of Rotary clubs, (later joined by E-WA) with the support of the National Trust of Australia (WA) founded the treemission © project. This innovative environmental project encourages people to address climate change by planting trees to offset their contribution to greenhouse gases and global warming. By
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Holy Trinity Anglican Church Roebourne

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The Holy Trinity Church in Roebourne was completed in 1895 and is both the oldest stone building and oldest Anglican Church in the North West region. The Church is closely linked to the development of Roebourne and the pioneering families of the North West, particularly the Sholl’s and Withnell’s, who
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