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Mon 14 Feb 2005

Commemorating the Battle of Pasir Panjang

Category : toddycats

Sunday 13th February 2005 - The Pasir Panjang/Kent Ridge Ridge Guides commemorated the Battle of Pasir Panjang with an observance walk with students, staff and friends of NUS.

The anniversary observance walk begins at the University Cultural Centre, situated in the area of the start of the battle (the former Reformatory Road). It ends at Bukit Chandu where the Malay Regiment made their last stand. The Project Managers are Quek Kiah Shen and Wendy Sim. See also Habitatnews.

The Pasir Panjang Heritage Walk will next be conducted with SAJC Green Club and the National Archives of Singapore during Heritage Fest in July 2005. See the Pasir Panjang/Kent Ridge heritage webpage.

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