6th & 7th October
8am – 4pm
Leura Village Fair, Leura Mall.
Leura Village Fair is one of our brigades’ major annual fundraising events. We have prizes to raffle off and bush fire safety information available.
“Brought to you by the Leura Village Association and held over two days, the region’s most colourful Fair sees over 120 stalls lining Leura Mall and extending into Megalong Street Carpark.
Shake off the winter blues and come and enjoy an array of street entertainment, food from around the world and an interesting selection of fashion, jewellery, homewares, plants, art, photography and fabulous gifts for the whole family.
Because of the festivities, Leura Mall will be closed to traffic for the weekend, however visitors will be able to travel to the Fair by train or drive and park in the streets surrounding the event.
Come along and be part of a great weekend!”. – Leura Village Association on Facebook
Planning for Animals in Emergencies Seminar
Springwood Sports Club.
Speakers on the day will include representatives from RFS, SES, DPI & Red Cross; Dr Robert Johnson, South Penrith Vet Clinic; Greg Keightley, WIRES; Caroline Outred, VN, Richmond TAFE; Dr Christine Smith, Agnes Banks Equine Clinic; and Misty Stebbing, Equine Disaster Coordinator during the 2013 bushifres in the Blue Mountains.
Entry will be by gold coin donation
Come for the day, or drop in for individual sessions.
Morning tea will be provided. Lunch can be purchased at the club.
To register for the seminar or to make enquiries:
* Facebook – search Blue ARC
* email – firstname.lastname@example.org
* phone – Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre – (02) 4754 4050
Early registrations would be appreciated for numbers.
If you are hosting an event with a community safety or resilience flavour we’d love to add it to our notice board. Contact our team to let us know what you’ve got planned.
Fire bans: Blue Mountains National Park part-park fire ban
Applies from Sat 1 Sep 2018, 5.24pm to Sun 31 Mar 2019, 11.03am. Last reviewed: Thu 13 Sep 2018, 2.13pm.
Click here for Local alerts, information and track closures from National Parks website…
Think before you TREK promotes the benefits of planning ahead for your bushwalking trip by using an easy to remember acronym:
T – Take adequate supplies of food, water, navigation and first aid equipment.
R – Register your planned route and tell friends and family when you expect to return.
E – Emergency beacon (PLB’s) are available free of charge from NSW Police Force and NPWS.
K – Keep to your planned route and follow the map and walking trails.
Go to www.trek.nsw.gov.au for more information including where you can get a PLB and register your walk.
Curious about joining the crew?
Simply come along to our shed on Wednesday night at 7:30pm. You’ll find us at 24 Fitzgerald St, Katoomba.