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Club will be holding their annual registration day as well as a pass-the-ball competition for the footy stars of the future. For the little ones there’ll be a petting zoo/farm and for the bigger ones there’ll be enter- tainment at the local pubs and Legions’ Club as well as a host of roving entertainers throughout the course of the day. Waverley Public School will be opening their grounds for car parking on the day at a small charge of $2 that will go towards the school’s fundraising, so the absence of parking spaces is no longer a viable excuse for non- attendance.


To make the event truly memorable and to add to its vibrancy, Charing Cross Village and Waverley Council are invit- ing local organisations such as schools, clubs and other groups, to participate. There are still a


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t may have been a few years now but community shopping centres throughout the Eastern Suburbs are still feeling the pinch that the opening of Westfield Bondi Junction has imposed upon them. As a result, Waverley Council together with the retail- ers of Charing Cross Village are hosting a Village Fair on Sunday, February 24 in order to encour- age residents to shop local and support small businesses. A fantastic day for the whole community and their friends is being organised with the empha- sis on family fun and enjoyment. The unique heritage aspects of Charing Cross will also be highlighted with the publication


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of the Charing Cross Heritage Walk, a historical exhibition and guided tours.


Numerous stalls will be in oper- ation on the day offering all sorts of knick-knacks as well as food and drinks and the local Lions Club’s second hand bookstore is bound to be popular with the bibliologists out there. The usual shops will also be open with a range of deals and discounts on offer as part of the Village Fair for one day only.


Members of the Sydney Roost- ers and South Sydney Rabbitohs Rugby League Clubs will be on hand for photos and to sign autographs and the Clovelly Crocodiles Junior Rugby League


few stalls available so local busi- nesses or organisations looking to get involved and gain some valuable exposure should con- tact Linda McDonald at Waverley Council on 8305 8419 as soon as possible.


The organisers are encourag- ing all local businesses and resi- dents to support the community, put Charing Cross on the map and have some good honest fun! It’s bound to be a fantastic day for all in attendance.


The Beast would like to take this opportunity to thank Charing Cross businesses Get Well Chi- ropractic, Elysium, Fresh Fitness and the Robin Hood Hotel for their continued support, cheers!


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