Windsor Bridge - Saved by the Bell

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Sign the Petition and Ring the Bell at our Museum

Save our Historic Windsor Bridge

The Ring the Bell to Save Our Historic Windsor Bridge campaign has moved to the Hawkesbury Regional Museum at 8 Baker Street, Windsor between Wednesday to Monday 10am to 4pm.

We would like to encourage the community to come along and sign the hard copy of the petition and ring the bell.

Over 10,000 signatures are needed for the issue to be heard and debated by the NSW Government.

You can help save the historic Windsor Bridge from being demolished following the construction of the new Windsor Bridge by the NSW State Government.

Our 1874 bridge offers huge tourism potential to the Hawkesbury community as a gathering place for events, markets and a link over the Hawkesbury River from Windsor. Whether you are a local business or tourism operator, a resident, a Hawkesbury visitor, a member of a historic society or simply someone who wants to enjoy walking on this heritage bridge, this is your chance to have your say.”

What we would like you to do

  1. Sign the petition
  1. Ring the bell
  1. Take your photo and post it to social media #savedbythebell,”
  1. Contact NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian via www.nsw.gov.au/premier-of-nsw/contact-premier or tweet @GladysB on Twitter and mention @GladysB on Instagram or tag @gladysnsw on Facebook to save Our Historic Windsor Bridge.

The bell was moved from the campaign launch location of Thompson Square to the Museum to provide a secure location that is accessible to the public. The Museum was chosen as it is part of the historic precinct that is close to the location of the bridge. Locating the bell at the Museum also means that Museum staff are able to ensure COVID-Safe guidelines are maintained. Museum staff will also be on hand to answer any questions about the petition and the historic Windsor Bridge.

Sign the Petition and Ring the Bell at our Museum

Save our Historic Windsor Bridge

The Ring the Bell to Save Our Historic Windsor Bridge campaign has moved to the Hawkesbury Regional Museum at 8 Baker Street, Windsor between Wednesday to Monday 10am to 4pm.

We would like to encourage the community to come along and sign the hard copy of the petition and ring the bell.

Over 10,000 signatures are needed for the issue to be heard and debated by the NSW Government.

You can help save the historic Windsor Bridge from being demolished following the construction of the new Windsor Bridge by the NSW State Government.

Our 1874 bridge offers huge tourism potential to the Hawkesbury community as a gathering place for events, markets and a link over the Hawkesbury River from Windsor. Whether you are a local business or tourism operator, a resident, a Hawkesbury visitor, a member of a historic society or simply someone who wants to enjoy walking on this heritage bridge, this is your chance to have your say.”

What we would like you to do

  1. Sign the petition
  1. Ring the bell
  1. Take your photo and post it to social media #savedbythebell,”
  1. Contact NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian via www.nsw.gov.au/premier-of-nsw/contact-premier or tweet @GladysB on Twitter and mention @GladysB on Instagram or tag @gladysnsw on Facebook to save Our Historic Windsor Bridge.

The bell was moved from the campaign launch location of Thompson Square to the Museum to provide a secure location that is accessible to the public. The Museum was chosen as it is part of the historic precinct that is close to the location of the bridge. Locating the bell at the Museum also means that Museum staff are able to ensure COVID-Safe guidelines are maintained. Museum staff will also be on hand to answer any questions about the petition and the historic Windsor Bridge.

  • Australian singer Frank Ifield came to Windsor recently to Ring the Bell

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    about 6 hours ago

    Australian singer Frank Ifield came to Windsor recently to Ring the Bell to Save Our Historic Windsor Bridge after signing the petition.

    British-born country singer and yodeller, Frank Ifield, was one of the first Australian post-war performers to gain widespread international recognition. He recorded ‘I Remember You’ in a yodelling country-music style on 27 May 1962, and his version went to number one on the UK Singles Chart selling 1.1 million copies in the UK alone.

    It was wonderful to have “Frank Ifield sign the petition to save our Windsor Bridge”, the Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Barry Calvert said.

    Sign the petition and ring the bell at the Museum and also contact NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian via www.nsw.gov.au/premier-of-nsw/contact-premier or tweet @GladysB on Twitter and mention @GladysB on Instagram or tag @gladysnsw on Facebook to save Our Historic Windsor Bridge.