Blayney Shire Council will be hosting a free barbeque in Kurt Fearnley Park on Friday, 2 February at 6pm, to discuss further rehabilitation works on the Belubula River adjacent to the Showground. RSVP to Nikki Smith by Thursday 1 February.
The Carcoar Village Fair Committee would like to thank all those who attended The Carcoar Village Fair. Also, a big thank you to our much appreciated sponsoring organisations, businesses and individuals for their support and contributions towards the success of the 2018 Fair. All profits raised on the day will be returned to the community via Village improvement projects. Any stallholders interested in taking part in next year's event should contact carcoar.village.festival.o
The Carcoar Village Fair is on January 26 and local residents and fair volunteers are encouraged to be 'part' of the atmosphere on the day by dressing up in period costume.
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Nick Hansen and Hansen Optometrists the costumes are being provided free of charge. All you need is a $20 refundable deposit.
The costume shop will be located in the “Terraces” building in Belubula Street and will be open from Wednesday afternoon and all day Thurs
Billed as ‘a day of fun for everyone’, the Carcoar Village Fair which is held on Australia Day attracts thousands of visitors to the historic village of Carcoar in the NSW Central Tablelands each year. Thanks to the efforts of local volunteers, the event in Carcoar is one of the largest Australia Day celebrations in the Central West which is a huge achievement for the small community of about 200 residents. In 2018 the festivities will kick off at 8.30am with a host of attrac