Wingham Wrap: May 15

A brekkie wrap of the latest local news in under five minutes.

Scots move: A long standing member of the Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival's organising committee, Warwick Murray is leading a push to see the games day of the festival moved to Taree in the future.

Tigers: IN-form Wingham rugby league fullback TJ Rudolph is heading back to New Zealand. Rudolph has been outstanding for the Tigers this season since switching to the custodian's role. He was among Wingham's best in their demolition of Taree City last weekend.

Juniors: Eight year old Jessica Cassels of Tinonee Public has won two ribbons in Beef Week competitions so far. As Beef Week is in full swing at the showground, local students have been catching the eye of judges. Jessica is the youngest local competitor and yesterday led 580kg 'Jaffa' in the parading. 

Bound for Glory:  A 10-week-old male rabbit from Wingham has competed against 200 others to win the coveted tiltle of best kitten in show at the Sydney Family Show Super Rabbit Championships.

Windows: The windows at Wingham Museum have a definite 'wow' factor this week. Museum volunteers have been hard at work to decorate the large windows with different themes in time for the 50th Anniversary celebrations of the Manning Valley Historical Society next week.

Tinonee Orchid Nursery. Photo by Carl Muxlow

Tinonee Orchid Nursery. Photo by Carl Muxlow