Wingham Wrap: May 9

River Cottage: Linga Longa Farm has been asked to supply beef for the filming of River Cottage Australia being produced at Sydney's Eveleigh Market on Saturday.

Australian Hotel, Wingham. Photo by Maureen Larter

Australian Hotel, Wingham. Photo by Maureen Larter

Volunteer Week: Greater Taree City Council will join thousands of organisations around the nation to mark the 25th anniversary of National Volunteer Week in Australia (May 12–18).

New CEO: Brett Goods will be leaving the position of CEO of Mayo Private Hospital in Taree in mid-May to take up a senior health management position in Sydney. Advertisements for a new CEO have been placed locally and nationally, and close today May 9.

Footpaths: Greater Taree City Council has sent out three special vans and two quad bikes to check over 1700km of pavement across the Manning Valley for the next three weeks.

Course: Spaces are still available on a free course designed for community leaders wanting to assist in times of natural disasters. The Manning Area Disaster Resilience Leadership course is a joint initiative of the NSW State Emergency Service (SES), Greater Taree City Council and the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) and will be held at Club Taree on Saturday and Sunday May 17-18.

Throwback Thursday gallery on our website yesterday was Wingham Beef Week 2004