Memorial Park service growing
AN Anzac service will be held at the Banjup Memorial Park on Tuesday morning.
Jandakot Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade 4th Lieutenant Andy Mathers said the local service had grown considerably since the first in 1998, when 12 people attended.
More than 120 people visited the park in 2016.
The park was established in 1920 in memory of the 14 Banjup residents who fought in World War I. Six of the men were killed and four were wounded.
The service, supported by the South Coogee Volunteer Bushfire Brigade and the Atwell Scouts, will take place at 8.30am and be followed by a gunfire breakfast for a gold coin donation. The Memorial Park is near the corner of Armadale Road and Warton Road.
Parking is available at the Cockburn Fremantle Pistol Club on Warton Road.
Wreaths at the Banjup Park in 2016.