Kembla Christmas Drinks Fundraiser - 19th December 2015

We're in the mood for celebrating Kembla Christmas Drinks - all welcome!
Do you live in Mt Kembla / Kembla Heights, or does your family have a connection to Mt Kembla? 
Come and share a drink to help keep our village heritage alive!
When: Sat 19 Dec, 6-9pm 
Where: Stinson's Cottage - 310 Cordeaux Rd, Mt Kembla 
(cnr Cordeaux Rd & Stafford St, Mt Kembla)
What to bring: BYO drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic, whichever you prefer). A free sausage sizzle will be happening on the night (also catering for vegetarians and gluten free).
Reason for event: we are raising funds for the Mt Kembla Heritage Centre, so there will be a donation box to donate whatever you can afford. There will be a small heritage display on show to commemorate our town's history. 
RSVP: For catering purposes please call or text Carol on 041896810 or email cal.carol@live.com if you plan to come.

 

16 FEBUARY 2016

 

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7 PM AT MT KEMBLA HERITAGE CENTRE

ALL, WITH AN INTEREST IN PRESERVING MT. KEMBLA HERITAGE AND ITS INTEGRITY, ARE MOST WELCOME

 

The Mt. Kembla Mining Heritage is excited to announce its involvement in the National Trust Heritage Festival starting on 16 April to 29 May 2016.  The theme this year is Discovery and Rediscoveries.

 

Our Heritage Centre will present a special display on Sunday 8th May 2016 as part of this Festival.  Called From Coal Tunnels to Dirt Trenches and based on Marion Beard’s research, it reflects on the contribution to the WW1 effort made by the men linked to Mt. Kembla.  For more details go to the website page pressing the button below.

 

 

National Trust Heritage Festival 16 April to 29 May 2016

 

The Mt. Kembla Mining Heritage is excited to announce its involvement in the National Trust Heritage Festival starting on 16 April to 29 May 2016.  The theme this year is Discovery and Rediscoveries.

 

Our Heritage Centre will present a special display on Sunday 8th May 2016 as part of this Festival.  Called From Coal Tunnels to Dirt Trenches and based on Marion Beard’s research, it reflects on the contribution to the WW1 effort made by the men linked to Mt. Kembla.  For more details go to the website page pressing the button below.

 

 

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