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Join author, Gavin Scrimgeour in our June History by the Seaside talk. Bookings essential.

Mitcham Camp was the training ground for thousands of South Australians who enlisted to fight for the AIF in the First World War. The camp developed from bare paddocks to become, after early difficulties, a 'model camp for the Commonwealth'. Now the suburb of Colonel Light Gardens, it is an important part of the historic landscape of Adelaide. Join author of From Here They Marched, Gavin Scrimgeour, who will also touch on Morphettville Camp where so many of Glenelg’s own enlisted.

When:
Wednesday 15 June at 11:00am - 12:00pm
Where
Glenelg Town Hall
Topic:
History & heritage
Type:
History festival
Audience
Youth, Adults
Cost
Free
Book online:
Trybooking
Contacts:
Business / Organisation Name:
Bay Discovery Centre
Phone: