Tullamore has a Drought Support Team. If you or someone you know is experiencing stress because of the drought and would benefit from speaking to someone who as similar experience, please contact Heather Jones, Senior Peer Worker.
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm. 6881 4000. After Hours call Mental Health Line 1800 011 511.
Open every second Thursday starting from April 11. Hours are 10am till 1pm. Entry fee is $2 at the Hall Supper Room.
Everyone welcome to come in and have a chat. Activities available.
The Tullamore branch of the CWA will be having their meeting on April 26 at 10am. Everyone welcome.
Claiming the day for the Biggest Morning Tea! The CWA and Day Care are hosting the Biggest Morning Tea this year on Wednesday, May 22 at 10am in the CWA Rooms.
Entry will be $5 so come in and have a cuppa and a chat. Please bring a plate!
Tullamore Central School
Last week was the Primary Science nd Engineering Challenge. The students enjoyed their day and had an overall placing of 3rd (combined team with Bunningyong).
The boys made the sturdiest tower which could hold all the weights - and won the Earthquake Challenge! Great work Tullamore.
On March 24, 2019 it was the 80 year Celebration of the Berry Memorial Uniting Church. Trundle was lucky enough to get two dust storms that day, one from the East, the other from the West.
On that day in 1939 there were no dust storms, thankfully, just a warm sunny afternoon. Geoff Patton was there with his mother and Janette Williams with her mother and baby sister Judy.
Everyone watched as Mrs Berry opened the front door. Janette sat on one of the chairs outside minding the baby in a pusher but heard the lovely music and the choir.
Mrs Harriet Berry played the organ and her daughter Mrs E S Spooner was the soloist.
For 2019 Jane Medcalf was the organist and the congregation sang up well - Old hymn books began "Methodism was born in song".
Rev. T Pardy, now retired, came from Gerringong to conduct the service. His parents were the first couple married in Berry Memorial, Tom the first recorded baptism.
Rev. Maurine Redenbach joined the congregation from Peak Hill. She shared memories from her father's records about the opening.
The evening meal (priced two shillings) was held in the Big Hall - War Memorial perhaps?
Mrs Shirley, secretary of the Macquarie Darling Presbytry brought greetings and enjoyed her first visit to Trundle.
Mr and Mrs Collin Pardy from Nyngan welcomed back to their history place. Much Tottenham news, now 70 years ago when sister Pat, Pardy brothers and their teacher gathered at the CWA Hall.
Heartfelt thanks to the Trundle cooks who never leave home without a plate or three.
Trundle Community Day Care
Open again at the Trundle Services and Citizens Club on Fridays 10am - 2pm for a gold coin donation.
April 19 No day care Good Friday and April 26 ANZAC Activities and biscuits.
Trundle Pony Club Gymkhana
Weekend at Trundle Racecourse Featuring. Zone 11 Gymkhana Saturday, April 13 and grand opening of our sand arena sponsored by Trundle Services and Citizens Club.
And tenth Anniversary dinner then Trundle tenth Anniversary Gymkhana Sunday, April 14. Riding classes, Dressage, Jumping, Sporting.
Featured Event 8.30am Sunday Light Horse team of four Sponsored by the 6th Light Horse Trundle Troup. 3pm Sunday, Karen Grady Memorial Bending Race featuring the five fastest times of the day. Canteen available. All welcome.
Trundle Central School
Trundle Central School invites you to attend their trivia night Saturday, June 22 at Trundle Golf Club. Starting at 6pm, $10 per person with eight people to a table. Platters will be available on then night for an additional charge.
For more information call 6892 1303 or email email@example.com to book your table.
Street Stall and sizzle Friday, May 3. We will holding our first street stall for 2019. All monies raised on this day will go back to the students of Trundle Central School.
The money raised from P&C fundraising goes towards subsiding school excursions, purchasing equipment for the students and many other causes within Trundle Central School.
It may be known for its rich soils, strong agriculture and football, but Eugowra is about to relish in its best-kept secret. Hidden amongst its iconic hills are award-winning producers who have been creating some of the country's finest food without fanfare, until now.
The town's providers will be celebrated at Relish Eugowra - its inaugural long lunch, which is part of Orange FOOD Week.
Renowned chefs from Eat Your Greens are teaming up with Gundamain Feedlot, Eugowra Game Birds, Honey Brothers, Sitie's Zate Olives and local vignerons on April 13 for a fine dining feast under the gum trees.
Eugowra Game Birds is the only pastured quail farm in Australia (and the world) and recently won gold in the Delicious Produce Awards 2018.
Partners Leanne Crofts and Brendan Sheldrick, former chef of Rockpool Bar and Grill in Sydney, breed, hatch and hand raise their birds, which then make it on to the menus of some of the best restaurants in the country.
Brendan will put on the chef's hat once again at Relish Eugowra, demonstrating how to cook quail on open flame.
This small town - also has a big voice, Cath Adams, The Voice finalist who will be performing at the event.
"We really wanted to show people what Eugowra has to offer. Great produce, great venues and great talent," Eugowra Events and Tourism Association spokesperson Jack Barnes said.
Relish Eugowra is at Eat Your Greens on April 13, starting at noon. There are only a handful of tickets left and can be purchased at www.relisheugowra.com.