AS major events are cancelled around them, the Gawler Agricultural, Horticultural and Floricultural Society (GAHFS) board has announced this year’s Gawler Show is set to take place as originally planned.
THE Gawler Show was a great success again in 2019, having broken its attendance record for the second year running.
IT has been 20 years since Peter Angus was nominated as the Gawler Show Ambassador in 1999.
LOCAL businesses are being encouraged to dress up their shopfronts to promote next month’s Gawler Show, as a new way of bringing the town together in support of the event.
FREE wi-fi along Murray Street is set to be rolled out in conjunction with this year’s Gawler Show as part of Gawler Council’s Connected Communities initiative.
LOCAL historian Helen Hennessy is encouraging people to donate any Gawler Show-related items they no longer need, to help “gather, preserve and share the valuable records that have been created since 1854 when the Gawler A.H. & F. Society began”.
THE 163rd Gawler Show was officially launched on Thursday night at Nixon’s Function Centre, where it was revealed the return of the grand parade will headline this year’s event in August.