October 2020

  • Funding shines light on pathways - Local residents who enjoy active walking and cycling will enjoy the benefits from almost $1 million worth of projects at seven locations funded through the Australian Government’s Local Roads and Infrastructure Program.
  • Return of microchipping and vaccination day - The first vaccination and microchipping day for 2020 will be held on Thursday 29 October.
  • Structural repairs needed at City Pool - Final preparations needed for Tamworth Olympic Pool (City Pool) to be ready to reopen once water restrictions ease has met an unexpected challenge with the discovery of major structural damage.
  • Tamworth Powerstation Museum steaming ahead with free family fun day - It’s been 132 years since Tamworth became the First City of Light, and preparations are well underway at the Tamworth Powerstation Museum to commemorate the anniversary with an electric and totally free Family Fun Day on Sunday 8 November.
  • Tamworth Sport and Entertainment Precinct to look Greater with 10,000 trees - The Tamworth Sport and Entertainment Precinct is set to benefit from Greater Bank’s 75-year anniversary celebration by receiving a donation of $50,000 to plant 10,000 trees around the sporting complexes.
  • Youth cook up a storm for locals - A different type of storm has been brewing at the Tamworth Regional Youth Centre with members of the Tamworth Regional Youth Council preparing for the opening of a community pop-up café this Saturday (31 October, 2020).

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