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A GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON IN OUR AREA
November 5 – Heartbeat monthly meeting,
1.30pm, Gawler Health Service community
room. 8522 1691.
November 5 – Elizabeth Scottish Country
Dancers, 7pm-9pm at the Grenville Hub,
Elizabeth. Open to all ages, partner not
required. Contact Lorraine on 8255 9243.
November 8 – Gawler Garden and Produce
Share, 12.15pm, Apex Park. A place to share
knowledge and swap produce. No money
changes hands and everything is shared.
November 14 – Blue Light Disco, 7pm-10pm at
the STARplex. $6 tickets, ages 8-17 years.
November 15 – Gawler Charity Dance,
8pm-11 .30pm at the Grenville Hub, Elizabeth.
Revision 7.30pm and then dancing. $7 entry,
plus a plate of supper to share. Enquiries
0400 544 527.
HOT METAL POURING AT ANDERS FOUNDRY – c1960
Anders Foundry was originally known as the Britannia Foundry, located on Barnet Road, Gawler West, where
the Gawler Motor Repairs workshop now stands. The picture shows molten metal being poured, with Tom
Symes holding the chain and Frank Burnett, the operator, on the right controlling the bucket.
Can you provide any further information about this photograph?
If so, ring Stan (8523 0158) or email email@example.com
View more Gawler history on website http//www.gawler.nowandthen.net.au
Gawler Out & About
CFS volunteers and their families
were touched on Friday by the
tragic news of a bushfire at Nanta-
warra, where volunteer firefighter
Andrew Harrison lost his life and
two other CFS members were
Through this column I will keep
you posted about an upcoming
fundraiser in their honour.
Stay tuned for more information.
Gawler Village Fair
GAWLER was buzzing on the
weekend with the Village Fair and
Jazz Festival both taking place, the
windy and cooler weather kept the
numbers down at the fair but it
was still a great day out.
It was a different story on Sunday,
with the cafés and hotels blessed
with sunshine and everyone enjoyed
a band or two, whether it was at
Conversations Café for breakfast or
the Kingsford and P/A hotels for
The Gawler Village Fair was a great
way to raise awareness of the many
community groups in Gawler. Some
of the groups on display included the
Gawler Stitchers, a group of sewers
who meet at Kornacraft on the second
Monday of every month from 7pm to
9pm, and the Gawler Care and Share
group, which meets at the Elderly
Centre every Tuesday and Wednesday,
between 9.30am to 2.30pm.
Another talented group are the guys
from Willo’s Men’s Shed, based in
Little Paxton Street, Willaston.
The men’s shed is an initiative of
the Gawler Health Service and enables
men to share ideas, give support, have
access to health information and make
things in their spare time.
THE Gawler Institute was a
packed house on Saturday for
a quiz night which raised over
$10,000 for a local family doing it
Sam Hughes was diagnosed nearly
two months ago with an incurable
melanoma in his abdomen and Pat
Millar, Station Gymnasium owner
and best friend of Sam since they
were kids, decided to organise the
Pat, together with his wife Kirsty,
did an amazing job, selling tickets,
organising raffles, cooking the meals
for the night and, most of all, being
there for Sam and his fiancée Emma
Goodenough through everything.
Emma spoke, saying that she and
Sam were overwhelmed by everyone’s
support and expressed hope they can
get through what lies ahead.
Local lads Brutha N I performed on
the night and donated their payment
back to the cause.
Mayoral candidate John Bolton was
on my table, along with Mignon from
Conversations Café, and I am pleased
to say we came third.
Diabetes quiz night
DES, Kim, Doris and Jayden Kelly
have been affected by Juvenile
Diabetes and in 2015 they are par-
ticipating in the Juvenile Diabetes
Ride To Cure Diabetes bike ride.
To help them raise their team’s
funds they are having a quiz night
on November 21 at the Evanston
Gardens Community Centre.
The tickets are just $10 with drinks
available as well as plenty of prizes.
Call Kim (0422 214 231) for more
details and to buy tickets.
Gawler - too lovely to litter
Heartbeat group members (from left)
Doris Branson, Pat Tiller and Cynthia
Semmler were at the Gawler Village Fair
on Saturday, while Keith Jones and Ross
Semmler sold raffle tickets. The group
raises funds for the Gawler Health Service
and at present is campaigning for more
cardiac equipment. PHOTOS: Sarah Rowe
Indee Chevelle Ross
daughter of Vanessa
Lynch and Aaron Ross of
Craigmore was born at the
Lyell McEwin Hospital on
the 17th of September.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
ANOTHER successful Willaston
reunion was recently held.
Around 100 people attended the
annual event held at the Willaston
Dr Bruce Eastick gave an enjoyable
and enlightening talk on some of the
past history of Gawler and Willaston.
Fred Brooks emceed the day and
provided the crowd with many
memories, including photos and
special articles from local papers.
Ralph Hatcher led the audience in a
rousing rendition of Advance Australia
The Willaston Reunion Committee
would like to thank the Willaston
Football Club for use of its clubrooms
and Trevor Lucas for his efforts behind
If anyone is interested in joining
the committee to organise future
reunions, they can contact Helen
Deuter (8522 3354) or Helen Stojko
The next reunion is planned for
October 25, 2015.
Reunion attracts crowd
RYDER is the Animal
Welfare League’s Pet of
A very handsome
cross, who has lots of
unconditional love to
give, Ryder is quite a
strong boy and would
love to find someone
to take him to doggy
school so he can work
on his manners.
As Ryder is not used
to living with small
children and other
animals, he may be
better suited to a home
Why not come and
spend some time with
Ryder - once you’ve had
some fun playing with
his toys, you’ll see what
a sweet and playful boy
and health checked and
only $325, come and
meet Ryder at the AWL
at 1-19 Cormack Road,
Wingfield (8348 1300).
times are 10am to 3pm,
seven days a week.
OF THE WEEK
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