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Media Release - 6 September 2021
Residents are invited to take a deep dive into the history of Queen Street as part of Campbelltown Uncovered, a project to celebrate History Week.
Campbelltown Library’s Local Studies team have compiled a wealth of information about the history of some of Queen Streets most iconic buildings such as Glenalvon, the Good Intent Hotel, the Bank of NSW and many more.
“Campbelltown is a city with a rich and vibrant history that has shaped what it is today,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“It’s important that we continue to honour that history and provide local people and schools with the resources to learn about Campbelltown’s past,” Cr Brticevic said.
“The new Campbelltown Uncovered section on our website is a great resource to explore the history of Queen Street and discover stories about the people and who have helped make our city the great place that it is today,” he said.
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