School STEM works continue

Works on Two Wells Primary School’s $1 million STEM project is progressing, with the building on track for its opening in May. TWPS principal Linda Fitzpatrick-Brown said the renovations were well underway and the old hall building was being given a new lease of life. A new roof has been put on and during the […]

APEC hunts for home on horizon

Adelaide Plains Equestrian Club (APEC) is seeking to lease a portion of Clara Harniman Reserve in Lewiston as they search for a permanent home for their growing membership base. The group have been working with Adelaide Plains Council for a number of years and at council’s December meeting, elected members voted to authorise council staff […]

Playful art

Does anyone know who the creator of this playful art (pictured bottom left), on the train siding building is? It’s located at the railway crossing on Hayman Road, Two Wells. The local Neighbourhood Watch group would love to get in contact with the artist as it is hoping to create a lovely mural on the […]

Northern Adelaide Plains Food Festival

Promotion for next year’s Northern Adelaide Plains Food Festival is gearing up with organisers hiring a consultancy firm to further the event. The March 24 event has been billed as a great opportunity for local food growers and associated businesses, as well as community groups, to showcase what the region has to offer. DCM ratepayers […]

TW Carols

Two Wells Uniting Church will hold not one but two special Christmas carol events. Carols will be held at the Gawler Road church in Two Wells on Sunday December 24 at 10.30am and again at 5pm. All are invited to share in a joyous time of celebration, carols and coffee.

Pontoon close to float

Work on the much-anticipated Port Gawler gangway and pontoon is progressing, but the project hasn’t been without its setbacks. Two Wells Regional Action Team (TWRAT) is behind the idea, which was first mooted late last year, with Malcolm Frost coordinating the project. Mr Frost said site preparations have now been completed in readiness for the […]

Sensory concept at Angle Vale

Angle Vale Preschool’s ‘idea’ comes after the children’s increased interest in our natural world. Play in nature is fast disappearing from our childrens’ lives as screens and technology take over. If successful children at the preschool, alongside the wider Angle Vale community (playgroup, retirement village, local school), will help to design a publicly natural eco-space. […]

Bloomin’ Busy

Frank’s full-on flower focus – A day in the life of Frank Miaolo • What is your name and what is your occupation? Frank Maiolo  – horticulturalist • How long have you been in this industry/role? My family has been in the industry since 1988. Dad started the business off and it has grown from […]