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Coffee and cake on the menu at Memory Lane

Coffee and cake on the menu at Memory Lane

Emmerton Park Ladies Auxiliary were the recipients of $3000 in the latest round of the Circular Head Council’s Community Small Grants Scheme, purchasing a replacement Coffee Machine for their Memory Lane Coffee Shop. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, April 10 edition.
Harmony in the Park

Harmony in the Park

The annual Harmony Day event ‘Harmony in the Park’ gathered many from the Circular Head community to celebrate the uniqueness of people, their cultures, and the differences they may share. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, April 10 edition.
The Way of The Cross

The Way of The Cross

The unique and traditional event of our community Good Friday service was well attended. The event, organised by the Circular Head Christian School (CHCS) on behalf of the combined churches of Circular Head, heard the story of Jesus told in a symbolic journey as the cross was carried to the top of the Stanley Nut where it stands for the Easter period. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle,...
40 years for iconic statewide business

40 years for iconic statewide business

Premier Tasmanian window and door specialist Clark Windows has celebrated its 40th year in business. In late 1983, brothers Craig and Glenn Clark had recently found themselves unemployed, Craig was working at a local building firm in their joinery section after completing an apprenticeship as a Carpenter and Joiner and was in charge of building windows, using the Comalco Wunderlich products. To...
New chapter for David and Heather

New chapter for David and Heather

David and Heather Woodward have called time living in Circular Head after more than 60 and 50 years in the region respectively. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, March 27 edition.
Yolla Co-Op Steps up to support Circular Head Community

Yolla Co-Op Steps up to support Circular Head Community

Back in late 2023, the local distributor for LPG gas severed its ties with Origin, leaving the Circular Head Community with limited access to LPG gas, an essential service and product that is used in over 500 homes, schools and businesses in the region. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, March 27 edition.

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