Free family farm gathering dinners

Drought stress: Farmer Dave Hudson at New Park - the shoots of green are deceptive - the drought is still affecting farmers across the Hunter and will for some time. DPI has organised a series of events for farming families.
Drought stress: Farmer Dave Hudson at New Park - the shoots of green are deceptive - the drought is still affecting farmers across the Hunter and will for some time. DPI has organised a series of events for farming families.

Hunter farming families are invited to attend a series of free events to relax and enjoy some time away from the farm.

The Department of Primary Industry's Rural Resilience team has organised the Farm Family Gatherings across the Hunter.

All farmers, their families and workers are invited to attend the free events to relax with friends, catch up with local support services and ask questions about agribusinesses and personal needs, or just enjoy a meal and some down-time.

Dinner will be provided and there will be entertainment for the children.

The local dinners are on at:

Stroud  – Tuesday,  March 20  at the School of Arts from 6pm

Gresford – Wednesday, March 21 at the Gresford Bowls Club from 6pm

Dungog -  Friday, March 23 at the Dungog Golf Club from 6pm

Barrington - Thursday, April 12 at the Barrington Hall from 6pm

The events are free but booking is required so catering can be organised.

Please RSVP via the website: www.trybooking.com/eventlist/rrp or call Karen Sowter for more information on 0400 869 136.

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