Thursday, 26 December 2013


Location:  Peterborough County   N 44 22.663  W 078 23.154
In a park at Ward Street and Maitland Street.

Take a walk along Bridgenorth's Veteran's Memorial Pathway of Honour, read the names of those from this community who served during the Great Wars and Korea, take time to reflect and remember in the idyllic park setting.  This memorial is a very well-done tribute to the local heroes who bravely served our country in time of conflict.
In this Memorial park you will find a gazebo, a walkway of stones with names of those whose families have contributed to the creation of this park, as well as a series of three large plaques with their long list of names of the brave veterans who served during the war years.
At the entrance to the walkway you will also find a plaque dedicated to the organizations responsible for this memorial and finally a stone dedicated to honouring the memory of those from this region who served for our freedom.

Marker text:
To Honour The Memory
Of The Men And Women
Of The Township Of Smith,
The Township Of Ennismore,
And Curve Lake First Nation,
Who Served Their Country
In The Cause Of Freedom.

Lest We Forget

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