RSL, Rhodesian and French reserves to march through the city

PROUD DAY: There will be a parade and recognition ceremony held in Ipswich tomorrow to mark Reserve Forces Day.
PROUD DAY: There will be a parade and recognition ceremony held in Ipswich tomorrow to mark Reserve Forces Day. File

ARMY reserves will be on the march tomorrow with a special parade through the streets of Ipswich to mark Reserve Forces Day for 2013.

The procession of retired and serving national service personnel will also include visiting Rhodesian and French National Service personnel and Returned Services League (RSL) members.

The parade will form up in Ellenborough St between Limestone and Roderick St stepping off at 10am and moving through the CBD along Ellenborough St, Brisbane St, East St, Limestone St and Nicholas St.

It will end at the RSL Memorial Gardens where a recognition ceremony will then be held at 10.30am.

Mayor Paul Pisasale encouraged the Ipswich community to support the Reserve Forces Day by attending the event.

A rolling road closure will come into effect at 10am to allow the parade to pass.

For further details phone retired squadron leader Rob Wadley on 3281 5380 or 0419 179 535.



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