Some of our best and brightest future leaders from primary schools across TWT Territory have been recognised in the 6th Annual Primary Schools Leadership Awards.
DIVYA AHLAWAT was named and crowned 2018 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen at last Saturday’s Gala Presentation ceremony in Eastwood Shopping Centre.
ALL ROADS lead to Eastwood this Saturday for the 33rd annualGranny Smith Festival which this year celebrates the 150th anniversary of thecreation of the famous green apple named after Maria Ann “Granny” Smith andgrown on her Eastwood farm by a fluke of nature. Promises to be a great day.Hope to see you there.
TWT Festival Queens will star in this Saturday’s Granny Smith Festival Grand Parade through Eastwood to the official opening on stage in Rowe Street Eastwood.
Eastwood will celebrate the Mid Autumn Moon Festival this Saturday with festivities in the town on the Plaza, on Eastwood Oval and in Eastwood Uniting Church.
Entries are now open for the 2018 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen Quest, to headline this year’s annual Festival in Eastwood on Saturday October 20 before settling in for a year-long royal tenure.
GRANNY SMITH Festival time is fast approaching and so we’re launching our 2018 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen Quest.
A man’s failed attempt to light a candle started a fire that caused a block of units to be evacuated in Eastwood last Friday night (August 31).
Five TWT readers can win double passes to Ryde Eastwood District Music Club’s next concert on Wednesday September 12 in the School of Arts Hall, 201 Cox’s Road, North Ryde at 8pm. The Beecroft Orchestra will perform a French theme which includes Cesar Franck’s Symphony in D Minor and Pierne’s Concerto for Harp featuring Emily Grainger. Accomplished Emily has performed as principal harp with Chicago, Sydney, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Australia Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, Chicago Philharmonic and Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
Ryde Mayor Jerome Laxale told The Weekly Times the local community consultation process will start today with residents, visitors and businesses of Eastwood invited to provide feedback by completing an online survey, which is available in English, Chinese and Korean.