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Fresh lamb straight from the farmer.
Lambpacks start from $9.50/kg (carcase weight)
Coming to Canberra Saturday
22nd October at
Orders must be placed THIS WEEK
by Friday October 14th 2011.
Lambdirect are dedicated to supplying Australia
with fresh, affordable, Spring lamb.
To order call: 0402 767 873
or visit www.lambdirect.com.au
North Canberra Community Council
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, 12 October 2011, 7.30pm
ACT Sports House, 100 Maitland Street, Hackett
Our guest speakers at the AGM will be Sherry McArdle-English and
Frank de Loo, who are primary producers (truffle farming and vineyard)
at the northern end of Majura Valley. They will be talking about their
experiences on the land and opportunities to expand primary production
in Majura Valley. This is a topic dear to the heart of NCCC as it feeds into
local healthy food production, and has the potential to make the ACT less
reliant on food imports.
The talk will be followed by the annual reports for 2010-11 and election
of office beareres for 2011-12. All positions will become vacant.
Nominations for positions can be notified to the current committee
prior the AGM or taken from the floor on the night. Please email
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in nomination to be on
the committee for 2011-12.
For further information see http://northcanberra.org.au/
For more information on how you can advertise
in this "Healthy Lifestyle" feature to be published
in The Chronicle on the 18th October, please
contact Graham Spencer on 6280 2377 or
On the 25th of October, The Chronicle will
be publishing a special feature called
Melbourne Cup. Giving you the opportunity
to tell our readers about the celebration,
fashion or maybe even the betting options
you have for them for the big day.
Published: October 25, 2011
Booking: October 19, 2011
Copy: October 20, 2011
Take advantage of this opportunity to
advertise what you have, do and how
you are celebrating the Melbourne
Cup. Contact you account manager or
Graham at The Chronicle on 6280 2377
Direct from the farm to your household
Favourite: Lambdirect supplies the perfect cut for a delicious lamb roast -- the fail-proof dinner party hit.
SERVING roast lamb at a
dinner party or Sunday lunch
virtually guarantees a chorus of
approval but with the rising
price of lamb, this delicious meat
is becoming out of reach.
Imagine being able to tell your
dinner guests or chatting with
the family about the lamb com-
ing directly from the farmer or
knowing where your lamb actu-
ally came from.
Husband and wife team Jason
and Kath Head have been selling
their lambs direct to Victorian
households for almost three
After a recent segment on
Mercurio's Menu they received
responses from all over Aust-
ralia. People commented on how
great it was to be able to support
the farmer directly. Now with
interest from the Canberra
region and with the assistance of
Lambdirect is able to bring you
lamb from northern
Lamb packs start from $9.50
per kilo (carcass weight) and
consist of either a half or whole
lamb in a variety of cuts ranging
from sausages, chops and roasts
to more expensive cuts such as
racks, cutlets, backstraps or
marinated butterflied legs.
Lambdirect aims to supply
lambs with a carcass weight of
between 24 and 30kg. To cover
the costs of delivery to Canberra,
a small fee of $20 per order will
Buying direct from the farmer
means you know where your
meat is coming from and you are
supporting farmers directly with
the convenience of ordering
Jason and Kath are looking
forward to coming to Canberra
and hopefully returning with
more lambs in the near future.
Lambdirect is now taking or-
ders for its next delivery to
Canberra on Saturday, October
22. To guarantee delivery,
please place your order no later
than Friday, October 14. Deliv-
ery will be at Ginninderry Home-
stead on Saturday, October 22,
from noon to 2pm. Arrange-
ments can be made for Sunday,
October 23, pick-up if required.
For more information visit
phone Kath and Jason on
0402 767 873 or (03) 5480 7029.
For directions to Ginninderry
The jewel of Lake Ginninderra
Flexible: The Belconnen Arts Centre is a purpose-built facility
which caters for a range of artistic disciplines. Photo: Elesa Lee
BELCONNEN Arts Centre is
the newest purpose-built arts
facility for the Canberra
Situated on the foreshore of
beautiful Lake Ginninderra,
the centre is home to a wide
range of artistic disciplines.
The gallery regularly
showcases the varied talents
of local contemporary artists
with a new exhibition to see
every three weeks.
You can also enroll in one of
the fantastic range of creative
workshops or find your inner
rhythm in the gorgeous dance
There's something for
everyone, no matter what ta-
kes your fancy.
The centre is open every day
except Monday from 10am to
For more information, visit
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