Heads should hang

WHAT a different Anzac Day it was this year bought on by the circumstances that Covid-19 has forced upon us.

It was pleasing when we attended Anzac Memorial Park that afternoon to pay our respects that many people had also visited during the day and many wreaths had been laid at the base of the cenotaph.

After viewing the wreaths, we noticed and were appalled, after checking twice, that on Australia’s most important day, the Toodyay Shire had not bothered to attend and lay a wreath.

We were then taken aback by the absence of the Australian flag not flying at the council offices.

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Charlie Wroth
Julimar