Recently the Gidgegannup community lost a great friend to many.
Robin joined the Agricultural Society Committee in 1999 and in 2000 accepted the position of Chief Ground Steward which she held for 6 consecutive years. From 2011 she held the position of Chief Hall Steward for 3 years.
Robin is well remembered for her friendly demeanour and dedication to any task at hand.
Sincere condolences to her family and friends from the committee & members of the Gidgegannup Agricultural Society.
A fun craft workshop with projects in patchwork, mosaics, soft toy making, felting & “war-on-waist”. Something suitable for beginners or advanced.
All proceeds to Koolkuna Women’s Refuge.
Sunday 14 October 2018, 9:00 am thru to 3:30 pm, at the Boya Public Library, Cnr Scott St & Clayton Rd, Boya.
Cost $25, includes lunch, morning tea & afternoon tea, plus fellowship! A wide range of kits available or bring your own
Contact Joy Gregson on 9294 3642 or email.
AHMAG – Avon and Hills Mining Action Group
Keep in touch at our Facebook page or write to PO Box 111 Gidgegannup WA 6083 if you would like to become a member or help with fundraising activities.
Have you got your tickets yet for this year’s celebration of spring in Gidgegannup?
Saturday 13 October 2018. 5:30 pm start to mingle for drinks and nibbles, 6:30 pm sit down to dinner. Includes wine and soft drinks. Held at private home in Gidgegannup.
Tickets are $60.00 pp.
To book please call Penny Morgan 0427 747 210. Address will be given on booking.
Unprecedented rain in August caused the Wooroloo Brook to flood.
Don’t forget this important meeting on Monday 2 October 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Agricultural Hall.
From the City of Swan website:
After more than 50 years, the Gidgegannup Showgrounds has a fascinating history and is well loved by the local community. Home to the Gidgegannup Agricultural Society Show, the area is a local hub for equestrian activities, community events and local workshops.
To cater for projected growth in the area and plan for the long term future, the City is undertaking a review of the area. Input from local residents and stakeholder groups has been incorporated into a high-level framework for development of the area, called a Masterplan. It coordinates elements such as land use, community facilities, services and infrastructure.
The review has included an extensive consultation period, concluding with an upcoming briefing to present the final Masterplan blueprint.
The special briefing will be held on October 2 at 7pm in the Gidgegannup Hall, 2171 Toodyay Road, Gidgegannup.
The Masterplan will guide long term future City planning and budgeting. As detailed planning commences for various components of the plan, the City will undertake additional consultation at that time.
To allow the Gidgegannup Community Website to move from using an older offline database software, we recently applied for an EMRC Community Grant to help fund a change that will allow a number of approved Editors to be able to help our Webmaster in better keeping the website up to date. Fortunately, we have been advised that we were successful in our application.
Some of the funds will also be used in training some of our Committee to take over some of the day to day content editing. We are most grateful for this assistance from the EMRC in the form of a cheque for $1,500 that will be presented as part of a small award ceremony at the Red Hill Waste and Recycling facility on Friday 19 Oct 2018.
The WA Government has today announced a record $1.13 million will be invested in a brand new facility for the West Gidgegannup Bush Fire Brigade.
The funding is the largest ever investment in a stand-alone volunteer bushfire brigade facility in Western Australia’s history.
The new purpose-built facility will house four appliances and include incident control and radio rooms.
It will be spread across 400 square metres and was a result of a collaboration between the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, the City of Swan and the West Gidgegannup Bush Fire Brigade.
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