Welcome to The Greater Western Region
June, 2019. Web Editor: Carmel Liddell
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Parramatta, built on the land of the Darug people, is rich in colonial history and lies at the heart of our region which embraces 31 post codes in a loose circle from Ermington to West Pennant Hills, Castle Hill, Glenhaven, Kenthurst, Kellyville, St Marys, Fairfield, Lidcombe, Granville plus all suburbs within- such as Bella Vista, Blacktown and Kings Langley. Central Parramatta is being rebuilt and the new railway line from the Hills area has not only become a reality, but a resounding success! Blacktown is also having a facelift. A new Town Centre with multi-story accommodation is under construction.
The Greater Western Region is blessed with many beautiful parks and recreational areas.
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Thank you to Ian Keith for the following: Our day outing to Berry was a lot of fun with good company and chocolate galore at the Treat Factory. (To rotate this brochure download to your computer Viewer, select View in your reader then rotate) A great lunch at the Shoalhaven Ex- Servicemens Club. One of the best food selections we have seen in a while then finishing off with wine at the Coolangatta Winery. What a better selection of activities could you ask for.
Click on the coach to see a few photos taken on the day.
Thank you again to Ian Keith for the following:
We have just returned from a very successful holiday in Batemans Bay. Click on the coach photo to explore our holiday. This link provides details of next years holiday based in Tamworth.
Greater Western Committee Members, 2019.
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AGM Greater Western Region, 2019
A small, jovial group of U3A members rolled up today (22.2.19) for the Annual General Meeting. Committee members were elected; guest speaker U3A President Barbara Boston entertained us with her speech; and lucky door prizes were won! Below are photos of the day – thank you, photographer, Ian Keith. For a full report of the day, including excerpts from Barbara Boston’s speech, see the March newsletter. (Click onto Newsletters in Greater Western Links)
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