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Do you want to know more about wildlife in the Highlands? Here’s a geat chance to connect with the environment.
The northern villages are holding a free workshop – Who’s living on my land – on February 23 at a time and location yet to be announced.
The workshop will look at animals living in the area and whether they are native or pests.
There will also be an opportunity for people to be given a camera so that they can observe and photograph wildlife and feral animals on their property.
Raffle winner sought
Congrulations to the hardworking volunteers with Can Assist Southern Highlands for a wonderful movie night at the Empire Cinema in Bowral on November 9.
The event raised more than $6000 to go towards its ongoing work in assisting Highlands cancer patients and their families.
The charity is looking to make contact with the first prize winner of the raffle held on the night.
The winner was a Ms Taylor who purchased a movie ticket but was not at the venue when the raffle was drawn.
That winner can claim their prize by calling 0474 647 506.
There are clearly several intersections in the Southern Highlands that need to be reviewed, reassessed and improved.
Two that quickly spring to mind are the intersections at both ends of Charlotte Street, Burradoo.
The street connects with Moss Vale Road to the west and Eridge Park Road to the east, and Chevalier College is located between both roads.
Both ends of the street become particularly busy at the start and end of school each weekday.
Traffic to and from Charlotte Street has to contend with the equally busy traffic flow between Bowral and Moss Vale.
Surely there is a better option than risking life and limb as you move into the main traffic flow.
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