Recent motorbike rally benefits the community with fundraising efforts being donated back to the community. Recipients include the Upper Hastings Community Group, Long Flat Preschool, and the Long Flat Fire Brigade.
Fire has swept through 20 hectares of scrub along a stretch of Toms Creek Road. The Rural Fire Service says the blaze is under control and residents to expect smoke in the vicinity of the area.
ALERT LEVEL: Toms Creek Rd = Advice.
Tune into local ABC radio or the NSW RFS website for further updates.
Be entertained while the children play. You may even find those last minute Christmas gifts.
Wauchope Open for Christmas includes late night shopping on Thursday nights in December… Shop local and you could win $500 in the Wauchope Shop and Win promotion drawn at the celebrations in Bain Park on the 20th December.
For more enquiries or to book your stall in Bain Park, please contact Lisa on the contact details provided!
See you there!
20 December, 4-8.30 pm
Annual, Entertainment, Family
View Map: www.hastings.nsw.gov.au/resources/documents/Map18_.pdf
This is a free event.
Wauchope Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc
PO Box 270 Wauchope NSW 2446
Wauchope NSW 2446 2446
Phone: 0422 210 824
Readings in Auras, Clairvoyance, Tarot, Numerology, Aura Soma, or Angel Intuitive are available. This event also highlights the talents and expertise of the best local healers the Hastings has to offer. Stalls including Aura photos, high quality crystals, massages, crystal jewellery, health & beauty products, and new-age gifts will be available.
All Ages | Free Admission
Free Mental Health First Aid Course.
November 12th & 13th 9am – 3pm at Ellenborough Hall. No cost. This is a great opportunity for members of the public to receive and introduction into mental health education and how to support those affected by mental illness. No exam and no cost. Contact Darcy Budden 65882987 or Gerald Lindsay 6587 4366
Flat Chat – Long Flat School and Community News – 30th October 2012
Port Macquarie & Wauchope Lifeline Shops are currently experiencing a shortage of volunteers in their shops. We are seeking volunteers who are able to use their skills and experiences and share their time and talents and make a difference in the lives of people who need to utilise services that Lifeline provide to the community.
Volunteers in the Port Macquarie Lifeline shops have the knowledge that they are helping the global environment as well as the local community. Shopping at Lifeline is environmentally friendly and purchasing second hand goods not only helps those who are financially vulnerable and marginalised, it also reduces the amount of textiles and household items delivered to land fill.
Lifeline encourages young people to consider volunteering at a Lifeline Shop or special event. We recognise that young people have unique needs and expectations and desire variety, challenge, fun and flexibility.Proceeds of all goods sold through the shops are channelled back into the work of Lifeline. Lifeline receives 1,250 telephone calls a day from Australians in need of support. Sadly up to 50 of these calls are from people at high risk of suicide. Lifeline provides an Online Crisis Support Chat that is available for people who prefer to seek help this way – one on one “live” chat with a trained crisis supporter.
This is a great opportunity to give something back to the community. To register your interest, please contact:
The shops are located at:
19 Central Road & 122 Gordon Street, Port Macquarie
41 Cameron Street, Wauchope
ph: 6581 2800