New era begins for Gawler Civic Centre

Liberal Senator for South Australia Lucy Gichuhi (left) and Gawler mayor Karen Redman cut the tape to offi cially open the new Gawler Civic Centre on Sunday. PHOTOS: Grady Hudd

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Grady Hudd


Growing up in Bordertown in the South East, Grady Hudd moved to Adelaide and completed a Bachelor in Journalism before starting his first industry job at the Kaniva Times and Nhill Free Press in Western Victoria at the end of 2012. He moved to Gawler in May 2014 to start work at the Bunyip. Grady has keen interests in footy and cricket, as well as a passion for music and guitar.

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One Comment;

  1. philgraetz said:

    I hope the new Civic Centre will honour my Great Grandfather, James Beasley, and his son-in-law Candido (Candy) Celeste Mazzarol, who served as Institute librarians from 1890 to 1960. My Grandmother, Muriel Mazzarol, nee Beasley, grew up living in the Institute basement. They later lived in an historic home on the corner of Jacob and Reid Streets with the former town Christmas tree. The house was demolished in the 1960s to make way for a carpet warehouse and is now part of the Foodland site.