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Carers Craft Studio

Are you caring for a family member, relative or friend who has a disability, chronic or mental illness?
The Carers NSW Carers Craft Studio operating in Coffs Harbour, Grafton, South West Rocks and Kempsey, offers positive respite from your caring role.
Features include:
All materials are free
Very friendly and welcoming atmosphere
No skill level required
Written tutorials provided for inspiration
Enjoy the fun and laughter
Make gifts for family and friends
Develop friendships
Share ideas and information

Carers Craft Studio

Are you caring for a family member, relative or friend who has a disability, chronic or mental illness?
The Carers NSW Carers Craft Studio operating in Coffs Harbour, Grafton, South West Rocks and Kempsey, offers positive respite from your caring role.
Features include:
All materials are free
Very friendly and welcoming atmosphere
No skill level required
Written tutorials provided for inspiration
Enjoy the fun and laughter
Make gifts for family and friends
Develop friendships
Share ideas and information

Coffs Harbour Never Forgotten Australians

The Coffs Harbour Never Forgotten Australians is a support group for adult survivors of institutionalisation and out of home care.
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at the Coffs harbor Neighbourhood Centre and alternate Mondays for social events.
If you would like to come along or simply find out more about our group you can contact Kerry at neverforgottenaustralians@gmail.com
Or call the Coffs Harbour Neighbourhood Centre
(02) 6648 3694

Friends of the Family Incorporated

We are a family support service providing emergency food relief and practical and emotional help for families in Coffs Harbour, Toormina, Sawtell and Boambee NSW

Sawtell BMX Club

The Sawtell and District BMX Club located at Hulberts Road Toormina has been in existence for over 20 years. Riders from the age from 4 to 60 can come along and join BMX. The club this year resurfaced and reshaped the track. The track is used by the club and also the commmunity.

One of the age groups are the "Sprockets" a Sprocket Rocket membership is for any rider under the age of 8.

The Sprocket Rocket program is a participation based program, taking the focus from competition to skill based learning programs.

Woolgoolga Heritage Walk

In April 2012 local member Andrew Fraser announced a NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program grant to the Rotary Club of Woolgoolga of $15,000 towards a Woolgoolga Heritage Walk, an idea resurrected by long-time Woolgoolga/Emerald Beach local, Don Clinch.

The Walk is part of Coffs Harbour City Council’s master plan for Woolgoolga and will be coordinated by CHCC in conjunction with a sub-committee of Woolgoolga Rotary. Partners in the project include Lions, CWA and the Chamber of Commerce.

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