Trundle and Tullamore news

Trundle Central School: Trundle Central School will be holding a Continental tonight from 5.30am to 8.30pm with many activities such as laughing clowns, BBQ, henna tattoos, jumping castle, face painting to name a few.

Come along and enjoy the fun. A lovely way to end St Patrick’s Day.

Bingo: A delightful lunch was served by ladies of the Sunshine Club and tea and coffee was available.

Bingo: A delightful lunch was served by ladies of the Sunshine Club and tea and coffee was available.

Tractor Pull: The Vintage Car and Tractor Pull will be at the Trundle Showground on weekend of 25th and 26th.

Come along and see the vintage car exhibits and watch the tractor pull. There will be various stalls around and food will be available.

Tullamore Irish Festival Markets: Don’t miss the Tullamore Irish Festival Markets, held on Saturday 15th April from 8am to 12pm.

Damien Leith will once again be there to perform so a great day should be had by all.

Trundle Sunshine Club Bingo: There was quite a crowd for the first bingo of the year held by the RFW Sunshine Club, with players coming from far and wide.

There were tables of players from Parkes, Tullamore and even Tottenham, with lots of laughing and chattering between games.

A delightful lunch was served by ladies of the Sunshine Club and tea and coffee was available.

The door prize of a lovely pot plant, was won by Chris Kelly. The first prize of the raffle was won by Judy O’Brien and the second raffle prize was won by Elizabeth Coombs.

Sunshine Club Easter Stall: The Sunshine Club will be holding a street stall on Thursday 13th April with a magnificent seafood box as first prize in the raffle.

Trundle football: Trial game Saturday, March 18 at Berryman Oval. Youth league 12.30pm, League tag 1.50pm, First grade 3pm. Free entry, BBQ at Trundle Hotel after game.

Meeting: Free bus and entry for Trundle meeting at Parkes show ground / paceway. Friday, March 31.

Final numbers in by March 24. Call Linda 0458 642 429 or place your name on the list at the Trundle Services and Citizens club. 

Visiting: Tom and Carol Morgan travelled to Wagga last weekend to attend the wedding of Sandra Gault daughter of Bruce and Val Gault. They then went onto Melbourne to visit with Toms sister Jean who is shortly turning 80. 

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