IT was with great pleasure Cullen Bullen Tidy Town committee and friends welcomed the KAB NSW accessor Lynette Zito to Cullen Bullen.
Officially announcing their main projects for this year, the wonderful Skip Line restoration was a great exhibition and talking point as was the extensive garden outside the progress hall featuring the planting of more than 500 assorted bulbs and many shrubs.
The group proudly visited the ongoing projects, the totally restored Back Cullen Cemetery, the main Cullen Bullen Cemetery on the Castlereagh Highway and Merv Crane Memorial Park featuring updated facilities of public toilets, gardens and picnic area.
Also highlighted were the St Brendan’s Church painting repairs and extensive garden and tree attention and Anzac and War Memorial remembrance monument including flagpole and Rosemary Garden.
Cullen Bullen Tidy Town Committee along with friends, helpers, progress association and Red Cross members, representatives from Invincible Colliery (Coalpac) and Lithgow Council accompanied the assessor Lynette Zito to the projects whose maintenance and improvement is ongoing.
The committee thanks everyone who took part and contributed time expertise skills etc in making the projects so great and for the opportunity to show that for a very small town (population of 198) Cullen Bullen has a lot to be proud of.
New members always warmly welcomed.
Call president Ray Blackley on 6359 0518.