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Frank Madill – Tasmanian Author
Frank Madill is a Tasmanian doctor, retired politician, community worker and an author. He has just released his fourth book Sanders DFC Out of the Darkness. This is the story of Max Sanders’ early life and training; and his experiences, along with those of his crewmates, during their perilous tour of duty with Bomber Command in the skies over Germany in 1944.
Launceston Walking Festival
Launceston Walking Festival includes 7 different events over 7 different distances, incorporating Launceston Urban Fringe Trail. Celebrating the healthy outdoors and all for a worthy charity. Launceston with it 3 rivers, picturesque hills, cityscape and suburbs, is Australia’s ‘most walkable’ city.
Rotary Club of Launceston Tasmania
The Rotary Club of Launceston in northern Tasmania, Australia was chartered in 1924. The Rotary Club of Launceston was the foundation stone of Rotary in Tasmania. The Rotary Club of Launceston has a long history including sponsoring the formation of a further 12 Rotary Clubs in District 9830. Our members undertake programs both in their local communities and internationally. These programs support humanitarian programs while promoting high ethical standards, international understanding, goodwill and peace throughout the world including Group Study Exchange, Rotary Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA), National Science Award and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA).
Rotary Club of South Launceston
The Rotary Club of South Launceston is located in the historic city of Launceston. The Rotary Club of South Launceston raises funds to support the community in many aspects including School Bursaries and Sponsorships including the School of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, Care for Africa, Street Swags and the Science and Engineering Challenge. Rotary Club of South Launceston fundraising includes: The Silverdome kiosk and Sheep Manure Project
Tamar Valley Cycling Challenge featuring Sally’s Ride
OVER 600 RIDERS AND GROWING… Attracting locals and visiting riders of all skill levels to appreciate Launceston and the Tamar Valley at a wonderful time of year. Funds raised go to local proactive mental health initiatives.
Community & Family Rides caters for the whole family with a fun-filled exploration of Launceston’s nearby parks and bike trails. Perfect for families and first-time riders.
FOR THE SERIOUS RIDER… Who loves a real challenge. The pinnacle challenge being the 160km Sally’s Grand Fondo
Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge Feating Sally’s Ride charity event Launceston Tasmania
Australasian Furnishing Research & Development Institute – Furntech
The Australasian Furnishing Research and Development Institute (trading as Furntech and as AFRDI) is an independent not-for-profit technical organisation providing standards, testing, product certification and research for buyers and sellers of furniture in Australia and New Zealand
Cornerstone Youth Services
Cornerstone Youth Services Inc. delivers a broad range of services to our community of young people aged between 12-25 including headspace, Yadas, and mental health support. These services are run from Devonport and Launceston offices in Northern Tasmania. We have a strong focus on health promotion, prevention, early intervention and we encourage help seeking behaviours.
The Division of General Practice, Northern Tasmania also known as GP North
GP North undertook a wide range of activities focused on improving the health of the community including health promotion, early intervention and prevention strategies, health service delivery, medical education and workforce support.
North East Recreation Trail Inc – NERT
Once the North East Recreation Trail becomes a reality it will be a world class walking and cycling experience from Lilydale to Scottsdale in north-east Tasmania. Walkers and cyclists will enjoy an unrivalled experience immersed in the rural life and natural beauty of a region considered as Tasmania’s best kept secret. For the recreation trail to become a reality, the state government must go through a process in Parliament to make Dorset Council the corridor manager. The recreation trail will preserve the corridor and recognise the heritage values and history of the region for all to enjoy at their own pace.