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The CWA turns 100 – There will be scones!

Within 24 hours of its establishment on April 20, 1922, Country Women’s Association (CWA) members began lobbying relevant government ministers for better services for women and children, and that has been their mission ever since.  

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Domestic v Wild

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Beekeepers can get a permit to move hives away from flood water

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Nimblefoot launches tonight in Byron 

Acclaimed Bangalow author Robert Drewe, who will be featuring at Byron Writers Festival, is having his latest book Nimblefoot launched by Kerry O’Brien at The Book Room at Byron at 6pm tonight. 

Recognition for Brunswick SLSC volunteers

Five national medals presented on behalf of Governor General David Hurley were some of the awards given to Brunswick...

OS Community Garden launches food stall

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Where the Crawdads Sing

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The international sensation is coming to Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club 30 July

Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience comes to Mullum straight from London’s West End via the legendary Sydney Opera House. Officially the world’s most sought-after tribute to the BBC sitcom, Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience is simply unmissable – and ‘outrageously funny’ (BroadwayBaby)!

Become part of the action as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve up mayhem on a plate alongside a three-course meal and two-hours of non-stop laughter. Expect nothing short of guaranteed fun and a brilliant night out as you climb inside the BBC’s iconic TV show and experience it from the inside out.

With over 70 per cent of the show improvised, this is a completely immersive and highly interactive comedy spectacular where anything can happen and usually does!

This show has appeared in 41 countries over the years, and tours constantly and returns for extended seasons every year to Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and Edinburgh Fringe, and has an ongoing residency in London’s West End. 

The cast for Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club is Gemma Drummond (Sybil), Jack Newell (Basil) and Andy Foreman (Manuel).

This international sensation is coming to Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club 30 July.
Doors 6.30pm, show 7pm.

Tickets: $75pp – all tickets include a three-course meal.
Bookings [email protected] and 6684 2533.


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