Snake snuggling kindy kids

IN any other circumstance the children at Two Wells Kindergarten would run in the opposite direction when faced with a snake. This was not the case last month however, when young Ryder brought his pet python and Murray Darling snake for a visit. Snuggles and Cuddles as they are named, were a big hit with […]

A perfect morning for Two Wells service

While stars still faintly twinkled and the moon shone brightly above, grandparents held hands with the next generation who would remember. Bleary-eyed parents gently bundled sleepy children into dew-covered cars, and amidst the waking birdsong, leather-clad motorbike enthusiasts rumbled into town. Farmers in their utes rattled down the main street and locals rugged up and […]

Vale Margaret Peterson

Margaret Peterson was well known in the Angle Vale community, not the least as a result of her tireless work with the Lions Club of Angle Vale. She was one of the key founding members of this Lions Club, enabling the club to Charter in August 2014, and was the inaugural treasurer for the club, […]

Dr Sam – A man of vision

Samuel Ranjan Nitchingham was born in Klang, Malaysia on March 14, 1954, the second child and oldest son of Victor and Pakiam. His early life was a happy one with extended family members living in-house to help support and nurture the young family as Victor headed overseas to London for an extended period to gain […]

Watch for the symptoms

Chrissie Scott’s alarm bells rang when her 12-year-old son, Josh, said he was feeling a bit sick in the stomach. As Josh had just come off the basketball court after falling down hard backwards and hitting his head on the timber flooring, working in child care and being first-aid trained, Chrissie knew this was one […]

Intersection at crossroad

The campaign of City of Playford councillor, Clint Marsh, to upgrade the intersection of Curtis Road and Heaslip Road in Angle Vale has suffered a setback after being knocked back for funding under the Federal Government’s Black Spot Program. In a letter from the Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government, Stephan Knoll, dated April […]

Cremation under construction

Adelaide Plains Council will start constructing a new cremation memorial wall and extend the existing concrete footpath network in the Two Wells cemetery next month. These works are part of council’s 2018/19 works program and are designed to enhance the use and access of the cemetery while providing a low maintenance and aesthetically appealing facility. […]

Locals shape community garden

Two Wells residents, John Howell and Joe Piscioneri, are lending their skills to help shape the Two Wells Community Garden situated behind the craft shop in the main street. They are “jack of all trades” and invaluable to a community project such as this. John and Joe have been working hard to create paths, cement […]