Book to re-live Waggrakine Hall’s 50 years

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Des and Margaret Pike at the Waggrakine Hall.
Camera IconDes and Margaret Pike at the Waggrakine Hall. Credit: Peter Sweeney

The Waggrakine Hall turns 50 next year and there are plans to print a book on its history.

Des and Margaret Pike, president and treasurer of the Waggrakine-Glenfield Progress Association, want to print a book of 50 years of photographs and stories of the hall in December.

If you have memories or photographs of the hall you wish to share, contact the Pikes on 0418 754 905 or 0428 381 384.

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