28th of April 2024 at 07.30am

Did you know that the town of Le Quesnoy in northern France has a special connection with New Zealand?

On the 4th November 1918, after four years of German occupation, the New Zealand Division liberated Le Quesnoy. Each year, on the Sunday closest to Anzac Day, a commemoration is held in conjunction with the New Zealand Embassy Paris. In 2024, the service will take place on Sunday 28th of April.

This year, we’re pleased to offer you the opportunity to join us on an exclusive day trip to Le Quesnoy. Come and discover the town’s unique story and join the locals in remembering this important part of our shared history.

When: Sunday 28th April 7.30am – 7.30pm

Price: €65 for members / €75 for non-members

What’s included?

Optional  + €30

If you are interested in lunch, we've made a temporary booking at Ô Roi Boeuf restaurant (19 place du Général Leclerc, 59530 Le Quesnoy) which is offering a €30 set menu. You can select this option when you register. Alternatively, you're also welcome to organise your own lunch on the day.