President’s Message

It was with regret, that due to health concerns, I submitted my resignation as President of the sub-Branch. I would like to thank the Committee and Members for the their support and encouragement during this difficult time.

Our Senior Vice-President, Ian Muirhead will act as President until our AGM, when we will hold an election to fill a casual vacancy.

I look forward when we can meet again.


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Hello Members and Friends.

Things aren’t real good in our camp at the moment. A number of people such as our Acting President are down with covid. Myself, I have just be diagnosed with it also.
We don’t know what is happening with the future because of this communist induced pandemic, but we have to take things as they come. Thank goodness for vaccinations.
So, what’s it like? I can only talk from my own experience. Lots of dry coughing. Tiredness. That’s about it.
So, if you feel well, get tested. Yesterday morning I RAT which was negative. Last night was a bugger, coughing and spluttering all night. Tested this morning about 10.30am. Proved positive. Message sent to me at about 3pm.
If you don’t feel well, get tested. Lidcombe testing station was open today and only a few cars waiting.
Keep safe. Wear a mask. Social distance.
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Get well real soon. All the best

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Powerful.. Joshua Dyer (aged 14) was tasked at school to write a poem for Remembrance Day.
An hour later (without any help) he produced this..

One thousand men are walking
Walking side by side
Singing songs from home
The spirit as their guide
they walk toward the light milord
they walk towards the sun
they smoke and laugh and smile together
no foes to outrun
these men live on forever
in the hearts of those they saved
a nation truly grateful
for the path of peace they paved
they march as friends and comrades
but they do not march for war
step closer to salvation
a tranquil steady corps
the meadows lit with golden beams
a beacon for the brave
the emerald grass untrampled
a reward for what they gave
they dream of those they left behind
and know they dream of them
forever in those poppy fields
there walks one thousand men
Joshua Dyer 2019 (aged 14)

Lest we forget
This has to be shared. An incredible poem from 14 year old Joshua Dyer

Credited above.

For more amazing Art work by Dan Woollard please visit
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Hello Members.
Your Committee of the Bass Hill RSL sub-Branch will be meeting tomorrow evening 18 October, 2021 to plan our future meetings and hopefully our welfare events for next year.
I hope you have received your October Newsletter, but we still are unable to have any group meetings in excess of 20 people inside the Club.
Bear with us as we have something in the pipeline coming up, hopefully before Christmas. Time will tell.
Meanwhile, keep safe. We are nearly out of the lockdown. Hope to see you soon.
Keep your eye on this Facebook site and your letter box next month.
Your Secretary
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Thank you guys for keeping us upto date. It is so hard to organise anything and I am know you guys will all you can for the Sub Branch. My thanks to you all.

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