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Community Groups

Lower Hunter Wild Dog Association

Details

Phone: 6579 7197; 6579 7159

Email: terry@mtobrien.com

Website: http://www.putty.nsw.au/directory/community-groups/wild-dog-association

Address

400 Putty Valley Road
Putty
NSW
2330

Description

President:  Paul Davis

Secretary: Terry O'Brien  

The Association has been established to disseminate information on wild dog management, record wild dog sightings and kills, and to assist in coordination of the reional management of baiting programs run by the Livestock Pest & Health Authority.

 

Putty Community Association Inc

Details

Phone: 6579 7177

Fax: 6579 7177

Email: pca@putty.nsw.au

Website: http://putty.nsw.au/pca

Address

408 Putty Valley Road
Putty
NSW
2330 

Description

The Putty Community Association organises social activities in the area, raising funds for worthwhile causes and to maintain the Putty Hall.

 

Putty Rural Fire Brigade

Details

Phone: 02 6579 7077

Email: prfb@putty.nsw.au

Website: http://putty.nsw.au/putty-rural-fire-brigade

Address

426 Putty Valley Road
Putty
NSW
2330

Description

Putty Rural Fire Brigade News

Find out more about permits, hazard reductions and recent fires in NSW by contacting the Community Safety Officer at Singleton Fire Control on 65 711577 or Putty Brigade on 65 797 077 or at www.bushfire.nsw.gov

 

Putty Valley Endurance Ride Inc

Details

Phone: 4567 0567

Email: charlie@tracer.net.au

Description

Putty Valley Endurance Ride was established  in 2009 as an annual event. The ride organizers are Charlie & Lee-anne Gauci on behalf of the NSW Endurance Riders Association.  Charlie is the president of the Association.

The ride takes place in July, starting from the Putty Hall ride base, and following trails through the valleys and over the hills, along roads, trails, across private properties and parkland.  Saturday night dinner is catered by community groups - the Putty Community Association and the Putty Rural Fire Brigade.  The 20, 40, & 80 kilometre rides start early Sunday morning, finishing in the early afternoon.  An award presentation takes place in the hall at the close of the day.  The ride is open to all.

Details of this event are published in the Putty People and on the Putty website www.putty.nsw.au several months in advance. 

Enquiries to Charlie and Lee-anne Gauce on 4567 0567.