Corona Virus

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Corona Virus Update

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and associated distancing regulations, the Sub Branch has been forced to suspend most of our normal activities. As you are all aware, Club Limited has been forced to close for the foreseeable future and we are not able to enter the premises. The Sub Branch Committee initially had plans to work from the Sub Branch Welfare office (Diggers In) at 203 Main Rd; however new rules concerning social distancing no longer allow us to do that. The committee members volunteered to continue to work from home in an effort to help those in need of assistance and manage the affairs of the Sub Branch, plus keep our members informed of any instruction from the NSW State RSL..

Should anyone need help with matters that are associated with the Sub Branch, you can contact the Sub Branch President, Alan Love by e-mail at or via telephone on 0407 784 530. The Secretary, John Fraher can be contacted at or 0408092230. Welfare inquiries can be sent to Those seeking medical advice should contact their doctor.

The Sub Branch does not give medical advice.

Further information about CROVID-19 is available on the Australian Government Health web site at  and on the New South Wales Government site at . Sub Branch Committee and Trustees, urge you to follow the direction and guidelines provided by our government agencies and officials.

Stay safe and be well so that we can all get back together when our meetings and functions re-commence.

When this does occur, we will endeavour to contact as many members as is humanly possible to ensure that you are all aware of meetings and events.

Best Regards,

Sub Branch Committee & Trustees

Christmas in July 2019 Photos

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Thanks to our Sub Branch Treasurer, Mr Milton Porter we have a few happy snaps of our fun day on July 28th. A great time was had by all with lots of prizes and great music from Brassic! There were a few more pics but as the fun went on, something happened to Milton’s focus; it got a bit fuzzy for some unknown reason. Or not?