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Lindy Allinson works with lino print, sculpture and acrylic on canvas and is delighted to be featured at the Golden Plains Arts Trail (South Trail) for the first time from one of the Trail’s most anticipated venues – an old church-turned-gallery.
Neil Southerington, an established craftsman from Linton will exhibit at his first Golden Plains Arts Trail (North Trail) this year from the Linton Forge and Print Shop – an establishment that dates back to the 1800s.
Nominations are now open for the Western Bulldogs Leadership Project
Glynis Bryden is a Dereel-based artist who will exhibit her work on the 2018 Golden Plains Arts Trail (North Trail) from her home studio. Her garden is also key to the display, where a selection of Glynis’s 3D pieces will be exhibited.
Council announced the winners of the 2018 Australia Day Awards on Tuesday 23 January, but a number of outstanding nominees were also acknowledged on the day, even though they missed out on the win.
The agricultural sector in Golden Plains Shire will be getting their goods to market more efficiently with works commencing on a major upgrade of Gumley Road.