Wingham Wrap: June 25

Our brekkie wrap of the latest local news in under five minutes

Photo by Carl Muxow from the Daybreak on the Manning collection - Tinonee

Photo by Carl Muxow from the Daybreak on the Manning collection - Tinonee

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Petition: A PETITION containing 20,817 signatures calling on the Federal Government to restore a budgeted commitment of $11.4 million and to urgently address the national rural roads funding crisis, was tabled in the House of Representatives at 10am on Monday, June 23 by the chair of the Standing Committee on Petitions, Dr Dennis Jensen.

Play: WINGHAM Town Hall was alive with history and humour on Saturday night. More than 300 people packed the hall and braved a cold, foggy evening to see Maggie Young's Isabella the Play.

Inspiration: Wingham Chamber of Commerce president Donna Carrier has emailed acclaimed place maker David Engwicht to ask if we will come to Wingham to offer ideas and inspiration to transform the CBD.

Bowls: WINGHAM is off to the State No 5 pennant playoffs in Tamworth in August. News came through this week that Great Workers appeal against disqualification was turned down by the board of the Royal NSW Bowling Association.

Wingham Brush Public School have put out a plea for more volunteers in the school canteen. The canteen may have to shut on certain days if new help is not found. The canteen is a big fundraiser for the P&C.

 If you could spare a day or even half a day, once a week/fortnight/month please contact Sara on 0431 376059 or send a message through the school's FB page.

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