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Did you know that we now have a drop-in service here at BANC on Wednesday mornings for help and advice with technology? If you’re having issues with your phone or any other device, bring it in to our centre on Gardiner Crescent between 9-30am and 12 noon and Simon from Cyber_Shed will help you out with it. No appointment needed.

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Dear friends,Banc is looking for volunteers to help out at reception here at our HQ in Gardiner Crescent. If you have a free 3 hours from 9-30 til 12-30 on either a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, we would love to have you on board! Duties include; being a friendly and compassionate face to greet visitors, answering phones, light admin, …

Blue Mountains Chemical Clean Out.

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On May 11 from 9am until 3.30pm, The NSW Environment Protection Authority will be holding a Household Chemical CleanOut event for the upper Mountains. It will be held at the Katoomba Waste Management Facility on Woodlands road, Katoomba. Bring your old and unwanted household chemicals along and they will dispose and/or recycle them for you, for free. Not sure what …

Knitting Course at BANC

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The Blackheath Knitwits are holding a ‘Learn to Knit in 5-weeks’ course at BANC starting Friday, June 7. This class is good for beginners as well as those who put their needles down years ago. Highly experienced teacher. For further details call or text Mel on: 0450 704 494. The Blackheath Knitwits are a knitting group that meets in the …

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On this Friday! For ages 20’s to 30’s approx. Come along for an evening of socialising, free pizza, drinks and dessert! Please call BANC on 4787 7770 to book (for catering purposes).

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One of our valued community members would like to start up a social group for people in their 20’s and 30’s (approximately). If this interests you, please call 4787 7770 to book in for the planning meeting.

Blackheath Day 2019

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Come along to our free community festival in the heart of Blackheath village to commemorate the naming of Blackheath. Meet your fellow community members and learn about the various groups and activities happening in your area. Lots of wonderful performances, children’s activities, and yummy food available. Gold coin donations gratefully accepted.

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Are you interested in joining us for this upcoming ‘MY AGED CARE’ public forum? We will be introducing you to the concept of managing your federal government’s ‘MY AGED CARE’ package using the internet-based My Aged Care ‘portal’. The My Aged Care portal is part of the myGov suite of services. AIM: to demystify & explain the ONLINE TOOLS that …

Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre – Culture Safari Series – NDIS and non-NDIS participants welcome

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The Culture Safari series was created in  response to community need for adults who have experienced  stroke and brain injury to connect with their peers and the wider community through creative  appreciation. The series includes outings and  activities to: galleries, performances, music gigs, workshops, fine foodie experiences and beautiful locations. The program is open to people 40+ who have an …

BOOSH Autumn Vacation Care Program.

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The BOOSH Autumn Vacation Care program is out! Lots of fun activities and chances to socialise and participate in physical play out in the fresh air. To book, fill out THIS booking form and email to boosh@banc.org.au. Get in early to avoid disappointment.

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French Bred – Three Piece Suite concert in Blackheath , Sunday March 24 In their first concert series for 2019, string trio Three Piece Suite will present a celebration of French music at Blackheath Presbyterian Church on Sunday March 24th at 4pm with a diverse selection of French born, bred and adopted composers.  Drawing on 500 years of music, Rachel …