Here’s an interesting article “Martiniere Memories 1938 – 1945” published by Derek Morris, from one of our clients at the Woodvale Social Club. He speaks of a time, not only of the British Raj, but also when The British, American and Indian Soldiers fought side by side to defeat the Japanese Invasion.
This is a story of Mary’s husband. Mary is one of our client’s at the Woodvale Social Club and her daughter, Yvonne Greer-Cain has done a fantastic job in doing this well documented story of Jackson Greer, her Dad. Please click here to read the story.
Phylis has an interesting story to tell, and it’s about her Father-in-law who had a shotgun accident at 22, which blew off his left arm. But that didn’t stop Mr. F.J. Darch from doing 10 times the circumference of the equator on horse back. He used to work as an equestrian mail man carrying mail from Perth to Wanneroo. To read more about this story please click here.
It was on the 1st of March, the first day of Autumn. A day out had been planned for our Clients to go for a picnic at Matilda Bay on the beautiful Swan River. We packed up all our gear, chairs to sit on, stable trays, sandwich lunches, prepared for us by Lynn Rix, and the usual picnic box with all our teas, coffee and milk etc.
Read Ron’s full story here