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Tree Planting Day

Protecting nature and growing a better future for our environment is the focus for National Tree Day. t’s time to get your hands dirty and increase our Region’s urban forest population. Join us and help plant trees at Pittsworth’s Rotaract Park, 103 Hill Street East, Pittsworth or Stenner Street Park in Middle Ridge on Saturday, […]

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Showcasing Pittsworth & Surrounds Deferred To 2021

Pittsworth District Alliance and Gardens of the Downs have organised an open weekend on the 17th and 18th of April, 2021. We have had wonderful rain and the town is looking fantastic after a very long dry period. We will have gardens open and buses running both days, morning and afternoon, North, South, East and […]

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2019 Pittsworth Lions Pre-Christmas Market

Pittsworth Lions are holding their pre-Christmas market this year on Sunday, November 17th from 8.00am to 1.30pm. at the Pioneer Village. We look forward to having a wide range of stalls so whether you are looking for fruit and vegetables, home cooking, honey, plants, furniture or a variety of crafts, you’ll find them. The Trash […]

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Call For Australia Day Award Nominations

The Pittsworth Local Australia Day Committee (LADC) in conjunction with the Toowoomba Regional Council and the Australia Day Council Queensland Inc. will be recognising outstanding contributions to the local community as part of the 2020 Australia Day Celebrations. Nominations are now open for the 2020 Australia Day Awards under the following categories: Citizen of the […]

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Get Moovin’ At A Concert This Seniors Week

Celebrate Senior’s Week is the message from Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC), with events planned throughout the region. TRC Chair of the Tourism and Events committee said this year’s senior’s concerts will shake, rattle and roll you with the flip, flop and fly of Memphis Moovers. MORE ….

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Construction Of Pittsworth Heavy Vehicle Decoupling Area

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) has started construction on a heavy vehicle decoupling area that will service the Pittsworth Industrial Precinct. TRC Infrastructure Chair Cr Carol Taylor said the $906,000 project will improve safety and cater for the future growth of the Toowoomba Region’s transport network. MORE ….

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