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Stanwell Park

Stannie Fete heads in Juan Direction

Hola amigos!!!! Grab your sombreros and get ready to party! The Stanwell Park Public School fete is coming soon!

The students, parents and friends of Stanwell Park Public School have issued an open invitation to the entire region to join them on Saturday 22 June starting from 10AM for their school fete - the theme for 2013 – Mexican Fiesta!

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Stannie Harts beat strong in Thirroul

Food lovers will rejoice the return of Hart's Gourmet Produce Market to Thirroul this Sunday 19th May, after its successful debut last month.... this gourmet food market nestled next to the Old Post Office on Lawrence Hargrave Drive, showcases a line-up of the Hart's favourite foodies and local producers.

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2508 - Make your vote count!

Wollongong City Council has released its Draft Strategic Management Plans for 2013-14 and invited feedback / input from the community of the plans.
This is an opportunity to have a say in how and what council provides to our community over the 2013-14 year. CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOW

Here are the topics;

  • Footpath on Parkes St from Cemetery Rd to Lillyvale St
  • Improve Footpaths in Helensburgh CBD and area
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Crafternoon Tea with Mum

The Country Women's Association was first formed in 1922 out of a need to assist women and their children in rural areas - the tireless fundraising continues this Sunday, 5th May, as the Stanwell Park Village Market hands the reigns back to the ladies from the CWA for their annual Mothers Day Market.

For the uninitiated, the CWA Hall is located on The Drive and hosts this monthly market to support local art, craft, design and music.

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Paddle against Poverty

In its twelfth year, the annual Christian Surfers Paddle Against Poverty from North Wollongong to Stanwell Park is on Saturday 4th May, and will help cover the education costs of five children in impoverished countries.

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Clubbies celebrate with last drinks

Helensburgh-Stanwell Park Surf Club collected a swag of medals at the recent Australian Surf Titles, including a most notable GOLD to Christopher Doran in the U19 Male 2km Beach Run.

"Congratulations to all the Helensburgh-Stanwell Park Competitors at Aussies 2013, some outstanding results to top off an all conquering season." says Daniel Robberds, "The club picked up medals on the beach and made the final of the Open Womens Surf Boat, a huge effort."

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Bald Hill burn-outs

Residents affected by traffic noise along Lady Wakehurst and Lawrence Hargrave drives have formed an action group to try and minimize the problem.

A meeting was organised by Otford residents Kerry Moore and Ro Simmons on Sunday April 7 to discuss the issue and more than 20 concerned locals attended.

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Sea Eels turn Silver

The Stanwell Park Sea Eels Winter Swimming Club was first formed in 1989 as a family oriented club made up of male, female and youth competitors, associated with both the Helensburgh Stanwell Park Surf Club and Coalcliff Surf Club, but with the home pool located at Coalcliff.

Over the years they have enjoyed annual interclub swims with the Bulli Sea Lions (who also allow female swimmers), the Austinmer Otters, the Cronulla RSL Winter Swimmers and the Cronulla Polar Bears. They also celebrate events like the ‘John “Stacky” Stacpoole’ memorial swim and the CRAM Foundation visit.

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Matt plays global, lives local

Anyone who frequents gigs in the Gong, particularly The Strides or Rai Thistle, would have witnessed the impressive musical abilities of Matt Smith - his chilled demeanour belies his guitar skills and significant career accomplishments, and... he calls Stanwell Park home.

Matt attributes his start in music to his parents' record collection, and that he was learning piano from the age of five.

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Paved Paradise

Ever since Lawrence Hargrave began flying his box kites Bald Hill has been an iconic site for visitors and a defining area for flight and gliding. Bald Hill now attracts more than 3,000 visitors in peak times and about 900 visitors each day on average. The Hill has helped to define the northern beaches of Wollongong and will continue to provide sightseers, photographers, and visitors with majestic views of the Sea Cliff Coast.

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