- Thursday 09 October 2014
Have you got too much stuff or are you seeking new treasures for your home?
Good news – the massive National Garage Sale Trail event being held at Sunshine Coast Christian College, Woombye on Saturday, October 25 has you covered either way!
If you’re interested in de-cluttering and earning some cash at the same time, contact John Edwards on 0414 234 464 to arrange a spot to set up at the school.
Nothing to sell? Come along and check out all the wonderful treasures available at what will be arguably the biggest community garage sale event on the Coast.
You can also register to be a part of the national event and sell from your own residence. For more information about the National Garage Sale Trail visit www.garagesaletrail.com.au .
Beersheba Day Parade
The Woombye Second Light Horse Regiment will help ensure the memory and history of the Light Horse lives on when they parade down Woombye’s main street from 10am on Sunday November 2, followed by a service at Memorial Park and activities at Light Horse Drill Hall / Museum. Please mark your diaries for this special commemoration.
Palmwoods goes potty
Council is working to help put a bit of potted greenery back into heart of Palmwoods by funding and coordinating the installation of numerous pot plants in various locations. The shopkeepers will soon start planting the various herbs and flora to grow and flourish.
Changes to parking in Woombye
Heads up that parking outside of Woombye State School will soon be regulated and long term parking will no longer be an option. This will allow easier and safer access to the school for parents and students.
Tree removal in Woombye
Council regularly undertakes maintenance and risk assessment of trees and vegetation in public areas across the Sunshine Coast region.
A recent condition assessment of a number of aging Wattles in the large park on Plantation Rise Drive, Woombye identified several were at differing stages of decline and decay. For community safety, ouncil will be removing eight damaged, dead or leaning Wattles as soon as possible.
First published in Sunshine Valley Gazette on October 8, 2014