Anzac stories wanted
A public art installation will tell the story of inspirational Anzac women this year.
The Friendly Girls Society want to hear from people with inspiring tales of women and their Anzac experiences.
The society setting up an interactive art installation called the Remembrance and Rest Clubhouse in the lead-up to the April 25 commemorations.
It aims to highlight little-known anecdotes about female historical figures within an Anzac Day context.
The installation on Khartoum Place is part of Auckland City Council’s Living Room 2008 programme.
The public are invited to submit stories about Auckland women by April 13.
They could be about a relative or friend or even something from memory.
They will be distributed during the weeklong occupation in Khartoum Place from April 21.
To contribute email friendlygirlssociety@ gmail.com or post to FGS Anzac Stories, Communications and Marketing, Auckland City Council, Private Bag 92516, Wellesley St 1141, Auckland.