What is D Day? For Phil, this ancient tradition is a chance to tell you

Melanie Whelan
Updated June 5 2024 - 6:29pm, first published 4:30pm
Hepburn Town Crier Philip Greenbank is set to take part in a near-1000 year-old tradition when he reads the D-Day proclamation in Creswick on June 6, 2024. Picture by Dylan Burns
Hepburn Town Crier Philip Greenbank is set to take part in a near-1000 year-old tradition when he reads the D-Day proclamation in Creswick on June 6, 2024. Picture by Dylan Burns

IF YOU hear the bell ringing outside Creswick Town Hall, Phil Greenbanks hopes you will stop to hear what he has to say.

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Melanie Whelan

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