Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Men’s Shed will receive $7000 grant

Colin Ayres, John Sells and Grant Hickey from Tea Garden Hawks Nest Mens Shed.

The Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Men’s Shed will receive $7000 to promote and support men’s health and well-being, Paterson MP Bob Baldwin announced last week. The grant is part of the Turnbull Government’s ongoing commitment to more than 100 men’s sheds across Australia. Announcing the grant, Mr Baldwin said the funding would support Tea Gardens Hawks… click for more

Craft workshops at Tea Gardens and Forster Libraries

Library fun

Tea Gardens and Forster Libraries will be hosting both an art workshop and craft workshop over the long summer break. On Wednesday 13 January at Tea Gardens Library, from 2pm until 3:30pm, Melanie Lee from The Creative Kind will inspire children to connect and express themselves by painting. Also on this day At Forster Library from… click for more

NSW Community Building Partnership program support Hawks Nest Bridge Club

Kate Washington with Hawks Nest Bridge Club members

Hawks Nest Bridge Club are pleased with the news that a grant, previously applied for through the NSW Community Building Partnership program, has been given the green light. It is to be used for a purpose built clubhouse in Yamba Street Hawks Nest where members can meet and play duplicate Bridge and to socialise. The NSW… click for more

Tea Gardens young writers

Tea Gardens Publiuc School

Writing stories can easily become an addictive pastime. When you are in the right creative mood and start the pen squiggling, assure me sometimes it’s really hard to stop. For 15 or so students from Tea Gardens Public School, they have been busy for half the year designing their own books, complete with story lines… click for more