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Having a Ball!

Following the trendous success of the Carcoar show, the show committee have announced they will be holding a ball at the Carcoar School of Arts on Saturday Feb 23rd. Tickets cost $60pp and includes a delicious dinner created by Catherine Cumberland from Kruze catering and a live band. Bookings for tables of 8 (or an orphans table) BYO drinks and glasses. The ball commences at 6.30pm with the band from 8.30. For bookings go to the Carcoar Show facebook page or contact Sally Green on 0429 885 003 or email sallydes@hotmail.com

Council Greenlights Carcoar Funding

Recently members of the Carcoar community attended a meeting at the Carcoar School of Arts hosted by the CVA and Blayney Shire Council. Council representatives, including mayor Scott Ferguson and General Manager Rebecca Ryan, outlined council's expenditure for the next two years. Funding for Carcoar includes the proposed bridge on the Carcoar cemetary road and the new amenities block for the Carcoar Sports Ground which is set for completion by 2020. Other projects getting the go ahead include a new picket fence at the Carcoar Showground.

Momentum Builds For Carcoar Village Fair

Billed as 'A Day of Fun for Everyone', the Carcoar Village Fair attracts thousands of visitors to the historic village of Carcoar in the NSW Central Tablelands each year. Thanks to the efforts of local volunteers Carcoar can also claim to host the largest Australia Day celebration in the Central West which is no small feat for a community of around 200 residents. The list of attractions is going to be even bigger in 2019 and to allow this fantastic event to grow, the entry cost will be raised to $5 for adults (children under 12 still free). This is outstanding value for money considering the huge amount of entertainment on offer throughout the day. Organisers are currently seeking volunteers

Remembrance Day

To commemorate this special day The Lyndhurst RSL sub branch will be holding services at Millthorpe at 7.30 am, Carcoar 9am, Mandurama 10am and Lyndhurst 11am. At the conclusion of the Lyndhurst service attendees are invited to join the RSL in a cuppa and a bite to eat at the Lyndhurst Hall.

Carcoar Catches Its Breath

Now that the lycra has been peeled off and the running shoes deodorised the locals can again settle down to a gentler pace. The past fortnight has certainly been hectic with the Carcoar Show followed closely by the Carcoar Cup. As always the Show proved to be a strong drawcard with a great many visitors soaking up the sunshine and witnessing some extraordinary feats in the shearing pavillion and show ring. The recent Carcoar Cup running festival which was held last Sunday was also well attended with plenty of runners taking to the road for the various events and onlookers enjoying the great village atmosphere. Congratulations to the winners and to all those that participated Our next major e

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