150 Not Out – Are we there yet?

February 21, 2013Posted in: Community, Environment

It’s 150 years since Moss Vale was established as a township, so the town and the area is abuzz with excitement for lots of celebrations this year. One highlight of the Sesquicentenary will be the performance by Geoffrey Graham in Moss Vale’s Leighton Gardens. Geoffrey specialises in heritage shows including his memorable ‘Banjo’ Paterson performance...

There’s still time to tiptoe through the tulips!

October 8, 2012Posted in: Events, Tourism

Whilst final attendance figures are still being tallied from this year’s Tulip Time celebrations, Wingecarribee Shire Council is reminding residents there’s still time to enjoy the tulips – free of charge. Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Parks and Open Spaces Coordinator Greg Bray said that the majority of the blooms were still in great condition thanks in...

Quench your thirst in Leighton Gardens and Winifred West Park

September 13, 2012Posted in: Community, Environment

Wingecarribee Shire Council has installed the first two of six new public drinking fountains in Moss Vale’s Leighton Gardens and Mittagong’s Winifred West Park. The installation of the fountains follows on from the drinking water fountains that were installed in Bundanoon as part of the Bundy on Tap movement, and Council’s portable drinking water fountain...

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