Proposed Mobile Phone Base Station for Archerton

As part of the Mobile Black Spot Programme, a new 3G/4G telecommunications network base station is proposed for 3324 Tatong-Tolmie Road, Archerton.  The proposed facility will comprise a 35 metre high monopole, four omni antennas on a headframe and associated works, cabling and minor earthwork and ancillary equipment within the proposed shelter.

The location of the tower at Archerton has come through requests from the Archerton community and Council for more reliable mobile communications.

For more detailed information please see the attached brochure – Telstra Tower Archerton

UFO goes into hibernation

Tolmie’s weekly UFO (Unfinished Objects) group has announced they will go into hibernation for the winter months.  Friday 15th September will see the group re-start at the Tolmie Mechanics Institute from 9.30am.

The UFO group meet at the Tolmie Mechanics Institute every Friday to complete art/craft projects.  It provides a wonderful opportunity for community members to get together for tuition, supervision/support, company or a chat.

For any enquiries please contact Kathryn Taylor on 5776 2379

“Farewell from Tolmie” afternoon

In recent years our community has seen quite a number of folk move from our district.   As a means of saying thank you for their contribution to our community and farewell, the Tolmie Sports Association is inviting everyone to an afternoon tea at the Tolmie Hall on Sunday 28th May from 2 – 5pm.  It is requested that those attending bring a plate of afternoon tea to share with refreshments being provided.

For further details about the day, or if you can think of a former resident who you think should be thanked for their contribution to the Tolmie community, please contact Linton on 5776 2146.

Paver Walk Unveiled at St Josephs’ Catholic Church

St Josephs' Catholic ChurchThe recent 131st Tolmie Sports Day also included the official unveiling of the historic paver walk outside St Josephs’ Catholic Church.  The paver walk was the culmination of many months of research and communication with past and present members of the Tolmie community by members of the Friends of St Josephs’ church committee.  Funds raised from the sale of pavers have gone towards the continual refurbishment of the Catholic Church in Tolmie.

A large number gathered on the day and witnessed a variety of speeches from those involved in the paver walk as well as the official blessing by Fr Joseph O’Shea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Author Visit & Talk – “Mrs Kelly” by Grantlee Kieza

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The Mansfield Library is thrilled to be hosting an author visit and talk by Grantlee Kieza in relation to his latest book Mrs Kelly.  Grantlee Kieza is an accomplished biographer whose recent bestsellers include Bert Hinkler and Monash.

His book Mrs Kelly is the astonishing story of one of Australia’s most notorious women and her wild family, but it’s also the story of the making of Australia, from struggling colony and backwater to modern nation.

Meet the author and learn more about his latest book at this wonderful evening.  Drinks and nibbles provided by Friends of Mansfield Library.

Copies of the book will be available for purchase on the evening.

Venue:  Mansfield Library, Collopy Street, Mansfield
Date:  Friday 10th March
Time:  6pm
Cost:  Free
Bookings:  5775 2176 or at Mansfield Library