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The Animal Welfare League NSW Mobile Vet Truck will make its way to Gunnedah Showground on 22nd and 23rd June to provide FREE microchipping and health-checks, and $20 vaccinations for cats and dogs owned by pensioner/concession cardholders in the Gunnedah Shire Council area.

Please note that cats must be in a carrier cage and all dogs must be on lead at all times. This service is not available to pocket pets. To ensure more people can access the service, we are not accepting litters. For more information, please email community@awlnsw.com.au.
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Looking for something fun to do with the kids Sunday 20 June?
Come along to support Gunnedah Baptist Preschool. Be sure to let them know you're coming by email to gdhbaptistpreschool@bigpond.com.
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Looking for something fun to do with the kids Sunday 20 June? 
Come along to support Gunnedah Baptist Preschool. Be sure to let them know youre coming by email to gdhbaptistpreschool@bigpond.com.

🌟🌟FREE EQUINE GASTRIC SCOPING🌟🌟

We are holding another FREE Gastric Scope day on 26th June. ONLY PAY the small fee of $50 for the sedation. Call the clinic on 67421834 to book your time.
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APOLOGIES TONIGHTS MEETING CANCELED Wednesday 2nd June 2021 - 6:30pm

Monthly Committee Meetings held 6:30pm on the 1st Wednesday of each month, under the Gunnedah Showgrounds Grandstand.

Open invitation to attend the Gunnedah Show Society’s monthly committee meetings. Open to everyone within the Gunnedah and surrounds community. Find out what's going on behind the scenes, and join a great bunch of dedicated volunteers in keeping the spirit of the show alive!

Please feel free to contact our Show Secretary Tammie on 6742 1867, for any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing fresh new faces at the meetings.
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Bit of Showjumping history...Mrs. Esther Stace and Emu Plains (owned by T.E. Judd) clearing a 6' 6" jump at Sydney Royal in 1915 riding side saddle. Record held until 2013. ... See MoreSee Less

Bit of Showjumping history...
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I just wanted to say THANKYOU, and ACKNOWLEDGE all the AMAZING VOLUNTEERS in our district. You are kind and selfless, our Town/world is a better place because your in it!!!

Just in our town I am sure many wouldn’t realise the large amount of Volunteer organisations that help run our Community... please leave a comment thanking and naming these organisations!
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