Opened on 23 August following U3A Coffee and Chat morning tea in the CWA Clubrooms at Auburn.
Shelter donated by Stephanie Toole, Mount Horrocks Wines and seat by U3A Coffee & Chat group.
Shelter designed by Mace Engineering, made by Clare Metal Fabrications and site preparation by JC Gill. Installed by Steve Hadley (CMF), the team from JC Gill as well as Trevor Mace, Doug May and Allan Mayfield.
Stephanie Toole (left) and Allan Mayfield (4th from left) with members of the U3A Lower North Coffee & Chat group.
Allan Mayfield (Chairman, Riesling Trail Committee, Stephanie Toole (Mt Horrocks Wines & Doreen Hill (Leader, U3A Coffee & Chat group)
Allan Mayfield (left), Doreen Hill, Stephanie Toole & Sue Mayfield with members of the U3A Coffee & Chat group
Local artist Paul Leditschke was commissioned to create a sculpture depicting international author and Clare girl, Monica McInerney, as her 10 year old self lost in a ‘cauldron of words’ on the roof of her childhood home, the Station Master’s House. Monica flew ‘home’ especially for this auspicious occasion. She now resides in Ireland.
Last night the Riesling Trail had their AGM at the Bentley’s Hotel where Allan Mayfield, Chairman received a very well-earned Certificate for his outstanding commitment to the Riesling Trail. Well done Allan. Certificate presented by Mark Hill, Vice Chairman.The guest speaker was Renee Thompson from Crown Lands speaking about ‘Land tenure and the Riesling Trail’.Also present was Penny Pratt, Member for Frome, Dr Helen Macdonald, CEO and Mayor Wayne Thomas and our wonderful sponsors. Thank you all for attending.
The AGM of the Riesling Trail Management Committee will be held on
Thursday October 13th at 7.00 pm
at The Bentley’s Hotel, Clare
“Land tenure and the Riesling Trail”
Refreshments and a light supper will follow.
Nominations for the new committee (signed by proposer and seconder) are to be received by Sue Wurst 0408 890 257 or Allan Mayfield 0418 818569 by Thursday 6th October. Please contact these people for the nomination forms.
Enquiries can also be made to Allan Mayfield email@example.com
To read the Rail Trail Newsletter which features the Riesling Trail and our wonderful Volunteers click on the below link.