The Kundabung Hall Markets are on again. Sunday 12th July 8am to 1pm, you can go along to the usual stalls – books, bric- a- brac, plants, locally handmade jams, pickles and more.
The BBQ will be on and you can also get tea,coffee and toasties. All proceeds from the sale of food will go towards the upkeep of the hall. Make sure you keep your pet on a leash.
Phone co-ordinator if you want to book a stall 0412 683 660. If you would like to book the hall for a function, phone Margaret 0432 549 422
Riding for the disabled are looking for a new home. They have been forced to relocate from the Kendall Showground and looking to purchase approximately 10 acres in the Camden Haven area, so they can resume classes for their 24 participants. If you can help in anyway, please phone Jenny 0415 424 217. They are also running a GO FUND ME page to raise money towards the cost of purchasing land.
If you have a few hours spare and love animals, Port Macquarie Animal Welfare would like to hear from you. They rescue homeless, unwanted and abused animals.
Part time carers are urgently needed to look after the animals in their own home. All food, medication, equipment and vet costs are covered and all animals are vaccinated and de-sexed.
Phone Leonie if you can help- 6584 6142 or 0405 138 825
Douglas Vale Historical Homestead and Vineyard has re-opened again. You can visit them on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm.
They are delighted to be able to welcome visitors once again to their beautiful property for self guided tours. They’re also available for wedding hire.
They’re at 235 Oxley Highway in Port Macquarie. Contact Douglas Vale on 6584 3792 for more information.
Blaze Aid is back up and running again. They are open 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm and looking for local volunteers who can come and help with fencing, transport and housekeeping.
They especially need people with experienced in fencing who can help other volunteers learn. If you are a farmer who needs assistance but have not registered yet,
please call or go and see the co-ordinator at the Wauchope Show ground. They are also looking for donations of camping equipment especially stretchers.
Phone Richard or Aaron if you can help- 0459 628 610 or email email@example.com
The Mid North Coast Maritime Museum has re-opened and welcomes visitors to their 3 sites. The main museum is in William Street, at the top of the hill from Town Beach. There are 10
rooms of exhibits to explore in the 2 Pilot cottages built in 1895, they’re at the corner of William Street and Pacific Drive. The museum is open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm.
Entry is $5 and $2 for children. The Hastings Fine Art Gallery is also open again. On the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sunday of the month the local market ids on from 12 noon showcasing local produce.
The Legacy Op Shop, 32 Cameron Street, Wauchope is open again Mondays to Fridays 9am to 3pm, as well as Saturdays from 9am to 12 noon.
Why not call in and see what bargains you can buy.
The Wauchope Men’s shed is at the Wauchope Showground and provides a venue for men of any age or skill level to in a socially friendly environment and in the spirit of mateship you can undertake your own projects or help with other projects that benefit the local community at your own pace or you can just go and have a cuppa and a “man-chat”. They are open 8am Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays . Phone the Co-ordinator John Williams for more information 0475 349 483