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Scotland Island - Western Shores - Mackeral Beach

- February 2008 -

Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia Volume 9, Issue 294 February 2008     


Special Edition

Church Point Ferry Service changes Ownership

Some of you will be aware that The Church Point Ferry Service has changed ownership. Myself, Penny Gleen and my husband Simon Wastell took over the business on the 7th of February. Being residents of Lovett Bay and part of the local community for the last 9 years we understand the importance of the service to residents and look forward to working with our fantastic team of drivers, Carrie, Tim, Mike and Mike to provide transport around our beautiful area.

Our intentions are to continue to operate the service in much the same way as is presently the case. However, as we settle in to running the business we will be looking for potential improvements to increase your satisfaction and provide the best possible environment for you, your children and the drivers alike. You may see some small changes which we hope you, as our customers as well as our community approve of. We will be very interested to hear any suggestion or concerns that you have, as with your feedback we can concentrate on the most important issues to you.

We look forward to working with you and will always be available to discuss any issues you may have.

Penny Gleen

Free Firewood on Scotland Island

Phillipa lost a massive tree during the recent rain and storms and has sent us this request:

"FREE FIREWOOD" enough for 4-5 winters or for 2-3 families. 

Please phone 0407 244 677   **remember fresh and local is best and it's free**

Authors Talks at Pittwater Library

Authors @ Mona Vale Library - Forthcoming events, Feb-April, 2008

Andrew Cate – Tuesday 19th February – ‘Lighten Up, 365 Ways to Lose Weight and Feel Great’
Listen to Andrew tells us how to finally keep this New Year’s resolution! You may remember, Andrew spoke last year about his book, “Walk off Weight”
Michael Wilding – Tuesday 11th March – ‘National Treasure’
A hilarious black comedy about a pill-popping novelist.
Juliette Robertson - Wednesday 9th April – ‘Water Access Only’ Tales and Images from Pittwater with
contributions from over 50 Scotland Island residents.

Bookings essential on 9970 1600 and payment within 3 days required to confirm bookings.
Cost $7.50 and $5.50 – concession (Friends of Mona Vale Library/ Pensioner/student cards must be shown. Light refreshments are included in the price.

All talks will be held at Mona Vale Library, Park Street, Mona Vale at 6.30pm.
For more information contact Catherine Buddin
Tel:9970 1605 or Catherine_buddin@pittwater.nsw.gov.au


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