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April 2019 – M3 Shades of Death cave – funding appeal update

There have been some changes to the bank account details for donations to the M3 Shades of Death cave fund, so the relevant Donation Form has been updated.

Please see the updated 2-page Information Sheet, and the revised Funding Appeal Donation Form on the M-3 Cave page in the Rimstone Co-operative website.

Robert Brain
(Rimstone website Web Master)

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8 Aug 2018 – Latest Newsletter #27 now available

The latest newsletter – #27, August 2018 – is now available, including news and photos, and links to more photos. Highlights:

  • Scrubby Creek Tufa Terraces* working bee in 2 weeks time (25-26 August) needing volunteers to assist!!!
  • Official Notice for the Rimstone Co-operative Limited AGM (including agenda and update on M-3* Shades of Death Cave) – Friday 14 September.
  • The May 2018 Homeleigh* working bee – a report and photos.
  • Photos re: Scrubby Creek Tufa Terraces, and the May Homeleigh working bee (and links to more photos).
  • NEXT Homeleigh Working Bee – November 2018 (date TBA).
  • A special welcome to new Rimstone Co-op members in recent months.

Read all about it, and see the great photos, in Rimstone News #27.

Rob Brain
(Newsletter editor, assisting the Rimstone Co-operative directors).

Scrubby Tufa Terrace Fencing working bee – 25-26 August 2018

Help Paul Brooker and Nicholas White complete the Tufa Terrace fencing on our own Scrubby Creek property.

Please book accommodation at Homeleigh through the email address:
Accomm @ Rimstone.org.au
(you will need to type the address into your email message – we do this to avoid robot spammers picking up the email address).