Actor Edmund Pegge to visit Two Wells

Adelaide Plains Library is proud to present Edmund Pegge as its special guest speaker at the Two Wells Bowling Club (Old Port Wakefield Road) on Friday, December 8 at 11am. Travelling between England and Australia and working on stage, film and television for more than 50 years, Edmund Pegge knows all the tricks and trials […]

Bright horizons for graduates

STUDENTS went to the Adelaide University on Thursday, November 16 to receive their Graduation Certificates for participation in Children’s University (CU), for a variety of hours. Horizon has participated in CU for a number of years and it is great to see the program flourishing and students graduating. Read the full story in our online […]

Good signs for dining ducks

New signage will be erected at Inchiquin Lake and the Gleeson Wetlands to encourage visitors to let the wild birdlife forage naturally, as well as a reminder to keep dogs on a lead in the area. For those still wanting to feed the wild ducks, food will also be supplied by the Clare and Gilbert […]

St Jo’s colourful Christmas celebration

St Joseph’s School, Clare, held its annual Christmas concert in the picturesque grounds of Sevenhill Cellars and College last Thursday evening. Eleven class performances entertained a large crowd of family and friends who gathered, rugged up for the cool conditions but fortunately rain held off to allow the show to go on. From Flamenco Fusion […]

Glittering turnout for BCS Formal

A large turnout of students from years seven to 12 frocked up at the Burra Town Hall on Friday night for the Hollywood themed Burra Community School Formal. The decorations were befitting of a la-la-land event, complete with glittering letters and Hollywood stars of fame for the senior class of 2017, who were also awarded […]

Final Dance Weekend for Clare

The 20th, and final, Dance Weekend was held at Clare late last month. The dance Weekends started in 1988, teaming up with Angaston’s Ball to having a Saturday night dance in the Blyth hall, followed by a Sunday dance at Brinkworth. By year 2003, all dances were held at Blyth with the Blyth Primary School […]

Locks lost for Life

Local Balaklava High School students took part in shaving their heads for the school’s Relay for Life campaign last week. Pictured above (middle) is Mitchell Taylor having his head shaved by BHS/Tafe hair dressing student, Brooke Ayris. With freshly shaved heads, Ethan Pepe and Blake Guerin are perched either side of Mitchell. Top left: Blake […]

‘Hold Up’ at Penwortham

Penwortham Day was celebrated on Sunday, November 5, starting with residents and friends of the Duke family, and special guests Geoff Brock MP and CGVC mayor, Allan Aughey, assembling at the intersection of Morrison Road and the Riesling trail. Guests were there for the unveiling of a story board and corrugated iron art work of […]

AquaBubblers quenching thirst in Wakefield region

It’s never been easier to quench your thirst and stay healthy, thanks to new drinking fountains, called AquaBubblers, installed by SA Water and Wakefield Regional Council (WRC) in the Snowtown and Brinkworth. The AquaBubblers are located in the Snowtown skate park and Stockyard Reserve at Brinkworth – both popular areas for the community. WRC mayor, […]