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'The Crow'

Local Artist, Liz Darmody has created a new version on canvas of the old Carcoar Football Emblem "The Crow". She was inspired by Garry Nixon's old footy jumper which has the original emblem embroided on it. The 2017 "Crow" is a modern 'all-rounder' dressed in Carcoar colours of blue and black and carrying a cricket bat, tennis racquet and a football. All who see him agree that he is a most handsome crow with big, broad shoulders and a fuller figure in the middle. The painting hangs in the Royal Hotel and has been purchased by Chris and Trish Stonestreet who have donated it to the Club.

Take the Challenge

The Carcoar Royal Crows are looking for people from Carcoar to join them in taking up the Blayney Shire Healthy & Happy Wellness Challenge. Chris and Trish Stonestreet from the Royal have joined the challenge and are urging other locals to get involved. “We really need more people to create a team effort from Carcoar,” said Trish. “It can be as simple as a walk 3 or 4 times week.” Information & Registration Forms are now available at The Carcoar Royal Hotel, Centre Point, Bernardi's Supermarket and the Blayney Chronicle. Forms need to be in by Friday 25th August to Bernardi's Market Place, Centre Point or Blayney Shire Council.

'Revive' Project Gets Green Light

Blayney Shire Parks and Gardens Manager, Brian Parker is pleased to announce that the grant application for the second stage of Carcoar's Pound Flat Revive Project has been successful and that a further $54,000 has been allocated by the NSW Environmental Trust Office of Environment and Heritage. The new funds will allow for the expansion of the 'Revive Project' to include the area on the eastern side of the Coombing Street causeway which will extend as far as the eastern boundary of the Show Ground. On a recent visit NSW Fisheries delegates were very impressed with the work formerly done and are keen to engage with council and the community on the next stage. Already there are signs of incre

Live @ The Royal

This September music-lovers will once again be able to come together at The Royal and enjoy performances from two Country Music favourites, Jeff Gibson and Brendan Nawrocki. Known as the 'singing shearer' Jeff Gibson has released three albums and recently gained national exposure when he performed on "The Voice". This year Brendan Nawrocki released his debut album "Together with My Guitar" which has an Australian country style. Both performers are well known to the Tamworth Music Week and Country Music Festivals fans. They will be singing some new songs as well as some familiar favourites. As part of their tour of the Orange and Mudgee regions Jeff and Brendan will be performing at The Royal

Meet the Candidates

The Carmanhurst Villages Assn would like to extend an invitation to residents to attend a ‘Meet the Candidates” evening for candidates running for election to Blayney Shire Council, to be held at the School of Arts Carcoar on Wednesday August 30 at 6.00pm for 6.30pm. The meeting is sponsored by Carmanhurst Villages Assn and is expected to take no more than 90 minutes. A light supper will be served at the conclusion. All candidates are being invited to attend. Guidelines: Order of speakers will be selected by lots drawn immediately prior to the meeting. Five minutes will be allocated to each speaker and members of the audience will be given an opportunity to join in a brief Question & Answer

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