May in Wingham

Central Park, Wingham NSW
Central Park, Wingham NSW

May 20, 4.30pm and 5.30pm

An unveiling of the Historic Marker by Di Morrissey will be held at 4.30pm at the Wingham Museum with a cocktail party and photographic exhibition to follow at 5.30pm at the Wingham Wellness centre. 

Tickets limited and cost $15 per person available from the Wingham Museum 

May 24, 2pm 

One hundred years of Fashion “A Glimpse into the Past” 

Afternoon tea, displays of fashion accessories and Crafts of the past demonstrated by Wingham Embroidery group will be available at the conclusion of the parade. 

Tickets $20 per person and available from the Wingham Museum

May 21, 10.30am

THE Wingham Anglican Church Hall is the venue for a Biggest Morning Tea event raising funds for the Cancer Council. Gold coin donation. All welcome.

May 24

Lots of stalls.

Location: Mt George Hall, Nowendoc Road, Mt George

Contact: Leanne Fulton  0405 197245, Email:

May 25, 10am - 2pm 

Family friendly atmosphere. 

Food and drinks available.

Location: Bobin Hall - Bulga Rd Bobin

Contact: Judy Walters 6550 5051, Email:

May 29 to June 1, 9am - 4pm 

The Manning Valley Historical Society is once again proud to present the Annual Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival. 

Commemorating the 700th Anniversary of Robert the Bruce's Victory over the English at the Battle of Bannockburn (June 1314). 

2014 Festival Program includes: 


Cooking Junior Shortbread School 


Poets breakfast, bus tour, golf and social bowls, Mayoral reception. 


Market and clan stalls, street parade, opening ceremony, Highland games, pipe bands, dancing, cocktail party and grand Scottish ball. 

- 9am market and clan stalls open (Central Park, Wingham)

- 9.30am Street Parade (Isabella Street)

- 10am Opening ceremony

- 3.30pm Closing ceremony, including massed pipes and drums


Lay led thanksgiving service and blessing of the banners, barbecue breakfast, lunch and concert. 

Some events require the purchase of tickets for entry. 

Location: Various including Wingham Central Park

Contact: Eric Richardson or Warwick Murray, phone: 6553 2582