Lansdowne Valley news with Margaret Haddon

The Kundle Moto Rural Fire Service worked into the night at Mt George, where a fire was threatening a number of properties.

The Kundle Moto Rural Fire Service worked into the night at Mt George, where a fire was threatening a number of properties.

Markets and car boot sale

The Lansdowne Community Hall Market and Car Boot Sale is on tomorrow, Saturday September 30.

The stall holders will be set up in the spacious hall and the surrounding hall grounds. 

There will be something for everyone from home baked cakes and jams, some beautiful craft, lots of lovely plants, gem stones, jewellery, pre-loved items and lots more.

Come along and meet up with friends and indulge in a free morning tea and listen to the beautiful music performed by Heath Watts. You may even win a lucky spot prize.

You can purchase a sausage sandwich or an egg and bacon sandwiches for breakfast or to take home for lunch from the barbecue. Cold drinks and tea and coffee available.

Our local State member, Leslie Williams will be attending. The local Lansdowne Rural Fire Brigade will also be there to give you some very important information on keeping safe in the hot summer season ahead of us.

It is going to be a great morning so please come along and support our local hall.

The market begins at 8am until noon. Phone Margaret on 6556 7146 or Val on 6556 7261 to book a stall site or for any further information.

Football club presentation

The Lansdowne Football Club held its club presentation at the Airport Hotel on Saturday evening, September 23.

The presentation of awards was made to the following senior players.

Senior Ladies Coach’s Player: Bebe Wares

Senior Ladies Player’s Player: Natasha Ruge   

Senior Men Coach’s Player: Shawn Greenshields

Senior Men Player of the Year: Jesse Newman

Most Promising Player: Natasha Ruge

Golden Boot: Tyler Potts

Most Valuable Player: Sarah Ryan                         

Cub of the Year: Brooke Newman

Lioness of the Year: Lisa Cunningham

Lion of the Year: David Mayers

Club Person of the Year: Scott Morrison

Life Members: David Mayers with 21 years service and Todd Morrison, 23 years service.

The Lansdowne Football Club will hold its junior presentation on Saturday, September 30 at 10am at the Lansdowne Oval.  

The previously planned working bee at the Lansdowne Oval, which had to be cancelled, has now been rescheduled and will now be held on Saturday, October 14 commencing at 9am.

Their annual general meeting will be held on Sunday, November 11 at the Lansdowne Oval clubhouse commencing at noon.

Players’ successful season already

It looks as though the Upper Lansdowne Players are going to have a huge success this season with their latest play "Where did you last see your trousers?" 

Two theatre dinners and one matinee are all but sold out already.  

However due to unforeseen circumstances there has been a change with one of the actors. Mitch Knapp will be replacing Liam Hampson. Mitch will now be playing three roles, Burglar, Jimmy and Gorilla.

Brigades tasked to bushfires

On September 24, the Kundle Moto Rural Fire Brigade at 12.32hrs were paged to a fire call.

The crew were dispatched initially to Aerodrome Road, Nabiac to investigate smoke.

Once the location was determined and units could be tasked, they were redeployed for the Comboyne fires and then redirected to Mt George, where a fire was threatening a number of properties.

Crews worked until about 20.45hrs before being released. 

On their way home, they assisted Tinonee Rural Fire Brigade and Old Bar Rural Fire Brigade with a car fire at the tip, before returning to the station.

At the Mt George Fire, as well as Kundle Moto brigade there were other brigades also assisting. Diamond Beach, Taree, Pacific Palms etc. as well as a group officer.  

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