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Free Bounce Back Exercise Class

Bounce Back Exercise
Bounce Back Exercise – FREE Exercise Classes for all Ages and Abilities! The popular free exercise classes are running at: Bowen Mountain Hall, 103 Lieutenant Bowen Rd – weekly on Mondays with Bree at 9.30am Wilberforce School of Arts, 531 Wilberforce Road Wilberforce – weekly on Wednesdays at 9.30am with…

Cultures of the Hills

Cultures Of The Hills
The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development’, Hills Community Aid is partnering with the Community Migrant Resource Centre and the Hills Multicultural Network to offer this wonderful free event to celebrate the diversity of cultures of the Hills. Stories, cultural activities and delicious refreshments will be on…

Kellyville Memorial Park Upgrade

Kellyville Memorial Park
Ball stopping nets have been installed at Kellyville Memorial Park. This is the latest addition made at the Reserve by the Council following the completion of the field upgrade in December, which included a field expansion to accommodate four international standard rugby league fields. A new car park and access…

Re-launch Gabe’s Fresh Food

Fresh Food
Dr Peter Gangemi - Mayor of The Hills Shire Council It was a pleasure to help re-launch Gabe’s Fresh Food, the Mini Woolworths Store at St. Gabriel’s School in Castle Hill. The Mini Woolies is a tremendous program to enable students to practise and gain skills in both the shopping…

Year One Reading Club back for 2022

Year One Reading Club
DO YOU KNOW A CHILD IN YEAR ONE AT SCHOOL? The Year One Reading Club is back for 2022 and children are invited to join. This special initiative is designed to help students improve their reading skills and develop their imaginations through literature. Participants receive a logbook when they join,…

Tons of E-waste Collected

Waste Collected
Did you know that approximately 88 per cent of computers and TVs in Australia will end up in landfill, but 98 per cent of their parts can be fully recycled? More than 1000 residents dropped off old computers, televisions and accessories at this year’s electronic waste collection at the Castle Hill Showground.…

Fuel Prices Week Ending 13th May 2022

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Where to Buy the Cheapest Fuel Prices Week Ending 13th May 2022 Fuel Type: Unleaded 91 Petrol Station Name Address  Fuel,Price  7-Eleven Castle Hill 255 -257 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154 179.9 Coles Express Baulkham Hills 363 Windsor Rd (Cnr Olive St), Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 179.9 7-Eleven…

‘Tall Trees’ Metro Walk

Tall Trees Walk
BREATHE IN THE SOOTHING SMELL OF EUCALYPTUS ON THE TALL TREES WALK! Starting at Rouse Hill Metro station, this circuit will guide you through the riparian valley of Smalls Creek, along which tall eucalyptus trees preside. Along with paperbarks, eucalyptus trees are the only bird-pollinated trees on earth that form large forests,…

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