VIDEO: Legacy’s local links celebrated at Ouse

LOCAL links to the founding of Legacy 100 years ago were celebrated as the Legacy Centenary Torch Relay completed a short leg at Ouse earlier today (October 4). Local Member of Parliament and newly-appointed state Attorney-General Guy Barnett MHA was one of the five torchbearers and he gave a brief address afterwards at a lunch at Leintwardine, the home of Central Highlands Council deputy mayor Jim Allwright and the birthplace of legacy founder General Sir John Gellibrand. More to come.

The Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
The Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
The Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
Kevin Warner in the The Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
Ouse-born Rob Jones in the the Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
Andrew Reggett, left, and Guy Barnett in the Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.
Guy Barnett at the end of the Legacy Centenary Torch Relay at Ouse.

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