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Community, Home and Garden

Marvelous Mulch & May Gardening

Unfortunately, the April meeting of the Mitchelton and Districts Garden Club had to be cancelled due to COVID. However, the  guest speaker, Craig Duncan, a representative from Rocky Point Mulching, has kindly agreed to deliver his talk at the garden club meeting on 3rd June at the Enoggera Memorial Hall.   His topic is ‘General Gardening’. Rocky Point Mulching produces... Read More

by Editorial Team , 5 days ago

Politicians News

Everton News – May 2021

ANZAC DAY It’s great to be back to normal as we gathered at locals RSLs and war memorials to commorate the legacy of the ANZAC’s.  It was an honor to share this special day at Gaythorne RSL with those who have served and continue to serve.  It was encouraging and hearfelt as our Veterans had the freedom to march and... Read More

by Editorial Team , 1 week ago

Politicians News

The Ferny Report – May 2021

October to be a celebration of Queensland’s seniors This year Queensland’s annual Seniors Week will become a month-long celebration. With grants of up to $1000 available, we’re gearing up for events and activities with the theme of Social Connections. If our COVID experience has taught us anything, it is the value of connecting with others and the need to constantly build community and empathy. The celebrations will... Read More

by Editorial Team , 1 week ago

Events, Newsfeed

Did Someone Say Edible Gardens?

Did Someone Say Edible Gardens? In 2020, amid lockdowns and restrictions and the overall uncertainty of COVID 19, from four Samford Mums emerged The Samford Edible Garden Trail—a not-for-profit that puts local gardeners’ backyard edible gardens on a pedestal. And blatantly, to say this organisation ‘grew’ on the community is a very, very big understatement! Although the 2020 lockdowns forced... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

Community, Newsfeed

Better Infrastructure and Planning Needed for our Growing Community

Ferny Grove, Upper Kedron and Keperra have developed over the last 20 to 30 years through many small-medium scale greenfield subdivisions. While the next ABS census will shed light on our population growth, for context we know that in the five years prior to 2016, there were 780 new homes built in Upper Kedron communities such as The Palisades, Cedar... Read More

by katie , 2 weeks ago

Community

Wood Wanted for the Women’s Shed

The Women’s Shed at Ferny Grove is close to launching! The steering committee of the Women’s Shed at Ferny Grove has been hard at work on all of the legal processes required to establish the Women’s Shed as a viable community organisation.  Documents of Incorporation have been approved and the committee is developing procedures for running the Women’s Shed.  ... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

Community, Events

A Fiesta of Fun, Food, and Family Entertainment

The Hills Carnivale is back for another bumper year of live music, kids’ activities and workshops, rides, markets and food stalls at George Willmore Park, Ferny Hills on Saturday, 29 May. Running from noon through to 7pm, the free event includes a whole host of activities for little kids through to the big kids (and adults!). Kids will have lots... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

Education, Newsfeed

Students Deliver a Boost for the Bilby

Last month was a busy one for Prep students from Albany Hills State School as they took part in the Easter Bilby Adventure Program in conjunction with the Bunyaville Environmental Education Centre. During the past few months, students have been learning about the plight of the Bilby at school, along with studying the animal and its ecosystem. As the students... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

Events, Newsfeed

Cancer Council Event Back and Bigger than Ever

Ladies and gents, push aside your plans for Thursday 27th May, for it is time to make way for Australia’s iconic Biggest Morning Tea (BMT). The highlight of Cancer Council’s calendar!  Across our country on this date, individuals, organisations, and clubs will be hosting their own Morning Teas to raise much-needed funds for cancer fighters in our community. How does... Read More

by katie , 2 weeks ago

Community, Home and Garden

Ninety and Still Nurturing Nature

Stafford Garden Club’s member Nita Little, celebrated her 90th birthday recently. She joined the club in 2007 and continues to be a very active member.  Nita is a positive example that being surrounded by nature, and certainly delving into it as a gardener, is good for your health and wellbeing.   Nita is the club’s plant stall convenor which is... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

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