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Pillars of Creativity

Local artist Nyree Reynolds recently met with members of the local Landcare group to discuss ideas for a series of murals at Pound Flat. The project will see the pillars which support the highway overpass come to life with artistic depictions of 'A Day In the Life of a Wiradjuri Family'. Nyree said that the project is ”close to her heart” and she is excited about exploring the artistic possibilities of the site. Commencement of the project will be subject to the availability of funding. Photo courtesy of The Blayney Chronicle

In Memory of...

Carcoar has received more than its share of sadness this past week with the passing of three well known local identities: “Charlie” Howarth, Robyn Bell and “Rick” Blowes. All three were long time Carcoarians and passed away within a day or so of each other. Charles “Charlie” Howarth passed away peacefully at Littlewood House, Blayney on 14th October. His funeral was held at St Paul's Anglican Church with the service conducted by Ron Murray. Charlie grew up in Carcoar and was married to Colleen for 60 years. In 1962, he and his family moved to Cargo where he had his own garage business for four years, before moving to Cumnock, where he continued to keep the cars running. Charlie and Colleen c

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