Wednesday, 20 September 2017
YEARS SERVICE...  Glyn Hartley of Port Hughes has recently retired from volunteering at Moonta ambulance station after 19 years of service. Glyn has also been involved with the Moonta Lions Club, and had quite the journey coming to Moonta from Yorkshire, via Kalangadoo, Orroroo, and Alice Springs. YEARS SERVICE... Glyn Hartley of Port Hughes has recently retired from volunteering at Moonta ambulance station after 19 years of service. Glyn has also been involved with the Moonta Lions Club, and had quite the journey coming to Moonta from Yorkshire, via Kalangadoo, Orroroo, and Alice Springs.

From Yorkshire to Yorke Peninsula

GLYN Hartley, of Port Hughes, has retired from the Moonta ambulance service after 19 years, closing another chapter in his interesting life.

His journey to Moonta, one of many twists and turns, began in Batley, York­shire, in February 1940.

He was born on the same night German planes flew overhead on their way to bomb Liverpool.

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    Peter Ilsley Thursday, 14 September 2017 00:34

    Couldn't be better acknowledgement for a nice bloke. Nice to see your talents have been appreciated Glyn and wish you a long and happy retirement with Barbara. Hope to see you both again sometime. Cheers from Jackie & me

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