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27 November 2020
Family friendly free GATHER festival events will be held across the region starting in Batlow on Sunday 15 November. Come along and catch up with their mates, enjoy the local entertainment, some fabulous food and a well-deserved celebration in a COVID safe and responsible way.
28 November 2020
A black and white photography exhibition, showcasing 25 local people and how COVID-19 and isolation has affected them is being hosted at the Gilmore Hall next Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November from 10am to 3pm.
Published on 24 November 2020
Snowy Valleys Council will roll out a roadside waste and recycling bin harmonisation after the Council (last week) approved the supply of new branded curbside wheelie bins for households across the region.
Published on 23 November 2020
The Snowy Valleys Council 2019/20 Annual Report, which was adopted last week, reflects on a year of challenges and triumphs for Council.
Published on 19 November 2020
A free bus service is being offered to Brungle and Talbingo communities to attend the GATHER event in Tumut on Friday 27 November
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