Manawaru and War

Since the founding of Manawaru, men and women served their community and  country.  The first was Frederick Ernest Hughes who served in the Boer War from 1902 to 1904, with the Ninth South African Contingent of the Imperial Troops in the Transvaal.  He would later become an national authority on drainage works as many drains were cut on farmland across the district and country.

 

Many more men from Manawaru would go on to serve in far away fields during the two major World Wars.

 

Foundation Donors of the Manawaru Heritage Centre:

George and Ruth Armstrong

 

David Bay

 

Stuart and Beth Bay

 

Victor and Maria Matijasevich

Become a friend of the

Manawaru Heritage Centre:

 

Being a friend includes:

· Membership of the Manawaru Historical Society

· Four newsletters a year

· Invitations to upcoming events

 

Annual—$20

Lifetime—$500

 

Just contact the Heritage Centre on:

 

manawaruheritage@gmail.com

 

Proudly Supported by:

Ngati

Hinerangi

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