THE issue of hard waste being dumped at Gawler Community House’s doorstep is getting so costly that the volunteer organisation is considering installing CCTV cameras in order to name and shame people who do it.
GAWLER Community House is once again filled with laughter, chatter and learning, having reopened its doors to the public following extensive renovations.
GAWLER Community House Op Shop volunteers were disappointed to arrive at work on Monday morning to find rain-damaged goods, which they weren’t able to accept, dumped at their doorstep.
THE decision to close the Freeling Hub was one of the hardest the Gawler Community House board has had to make, and did not come easily, according to its manager, Sharyn Guy.
GAWLER Council has agreed to provide an unprecedented $150,000 interest-free loan to Gawler Community House to help redevelop its run-down facilities, however questions have been asked whether it should be covering the repair bill itself.
GAWLER Community House is seeking help from the community to make the best out of a bad situation and reinvent itself following a white-ant infestation that is likely to cost at least $100,000 to repair.
GAWLER Community House (GCH) has reassured the community that it is still open, despite having to close its doors temporarily upon discovering that its main administration building contained severe termite damage.
GAWLER Community House has donated a number of food items to help locals in need.