news - march 2018

Agricultural Society · Gidgegram March 2018

Download the March 2018 Gidgegram in PDF format from the link below.

Gidgegram March 2018..

Agricultural Society · Update March 2018

With the arrival of March, the Agricultural Society will commence preparations for its 72nd Annual Show on Saturday 27th October. This will be done under the direction of the Committee elected at the Annual General Meeting of 25th February.

New life members (l-to-r) Kay Williamson, Steven Williamson and Esme Caine

Some areas where the Society could use some new assistants are; Secretary, Treasury, Ground Space, Show Recording, Advertising. Should you be able to offer some time, please email to make contact or get in touch with anyone on the 2018 Committee List.

Colin Metcalf
Gidgegannup Agricultural Society Inc.

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Experience Gidgegannup · Newsletter February 2018

Newsletter February 2018..

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Progress Association · Newsletter February 2018

Newsletter February 2018..

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Football Club · Start of Training

Preseason training will commence on Tuesday February 6th 6pm at Percy Cullen Oval, Gidgegannup Rec Centre.

Training nights will be Tuesday and Thursday 6pm start. The club would like to invite anyone from the age of sixteen upwards interested in playing football for their local club to come along and have a run.

For more information contact coach Brett Davis on 0419 900 991.

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Rec Club · Newsletter March 2018

Another month with more and more happening around the place.

We now have Yoga, Pilates, Women's Fitness classes and Personal fitness classes running most days and times of the week.

Basketball is heading in the race to the finals and Football (both Jnr and Senior) as well as Netball are ramping up for the coming season.

So many things going on as well as the Friday night openings (check the sign at the front gate for opening nights). Aglow once a month and more to come.

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CWA · Newsletter March 2018

Country Women's Association meets every Wednesday at the CWA Hall, Gidge Showgrounds from 10am.

Come along and have a good time with a great bunch of other local ladies. Transport can be arranged.

CWA Gidgegannup Branch

Homemade crafts for sale very Wednesday from 10am till 2pm

For more details, please phone president Terrianne 0435 394 157.

CWA News March 2018..

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Lost and Found · Yellow-cheeked Cockatiel

Lost - $200 Reward Offered.

Bubby, our pearl, yellow-cheeked cockatiel accidentally flew away from our home on Lilydale Road on Sunday 4 February. 

Just 1.5 years old, hand-raised from 2 weeks of age as a family member, so very people orientated.  Does not bite.  Very affectionate with his family. 

If you have found him or see him please call Beck on 0439 136 150.   If he does land on you, please walk with him into an enclosed area/room before offering your hand (he would normally just step on) as he may be on edge. 

No tag/chip but has a very unique identifying mark that can be described in detail to prove ownership.   Thank you.


Square Dance Club · Dances

We have the year worked out with some great dances organised through the year. When you see them advertised come along and join in the fun for the night.

We will be dancing every second and fourth Saturday of every month at the Showgrounds Hall in Gidgegannup.

For more info please contact us on 9574 6054 or 9574 6071.

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AHMAG · Effects of Mining on Water

For more than three years the Avon and Hills Mining Awareness Group (AHMAG) has been informing Avon Valley residents of the negative impacts of open-cut mining on the environment.

In consultation with environmental scientist Rosemary Madacsi, AHMAG graphic artist Sandra Harms has produced two images which clearly show what will happen to creeks and underground aquifers once the top layer of sand, gravel or bauxite is removed in the mining process.

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Once the aquifers dry up and creek levels fall, trees die and the land becomes arid. Mine sites are exhausted within a few short years or decades, but the effects of mining our fragile environment will last forever.

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Blue Sky Festival · Inaugural Blue Sky Festival

The inaugural Blue Sky Festival is being held on Saturday 17th March from 10 am to 4pm in the Sculpture Park and Jacoby Street, Mundaring.

The Festival is an opportunity for hills' residents to celebrate and understand how they can ensure a positive and sustainable future through living responsibly and with care in their local community and natural environment.

The Festival is being facilitated by volunteers from community groups that share common values of highlighting the importance of environmental issues and sustainability in the Mundaring Hills.

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City of Swan · Events

There are many events listed on the City of Swan website and most of them are free.

City of Swan Events page.. is an initiative of gidgegannup community groups