Battered WW1 Kneipp bugle now on permanent loan to the RSL

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Updated November 13 2018 - 5:46pm, first published 12:30pm
The battered Kneipp bugle (complete with dressing gown cord) is now on permanent loan to the Tenterfield RSL Sub-branch.
The battered Kneipp bugle (complete with dressing gown cord) is now on permanent loan to the Tenterfield RSL Sub-branch.

The much-treasured WW1 bugle once belonging to Norm Kneipp that’s a regular feature of local ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day services has been formally placed into the safekeeping of the Tenterfield RSL Sub-branch by its custodian Terry Kneipp, Norm’s nephew.

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