Feb 19

Barbecue at Lion Park, Clackline

THE Clackline Progress Association was delighted with the turn out of about 50 residents, visitors and passers-by, at the free sausage sizzle held on October 25 and 26 to open the barbecue facility at the Lion Park in Clackline.

The barbecue was made possible by a grant from the Shire of Northam, plus extra funds from the Progress account, and was erected by the members.

Cooking: A free sausage sizzle was held at Lion Park.

The shelter over the barbecue was locally made by an association member to match existing shelters.

Lion Park is a well-used stopping spot for travellers, picnickers and bus trippers, and the barbecue will no doubt cause an increase in traffic.

The Lion cairn is an attraction to visitors and there are also toilet facilities at Lion Park.Over the last two years the Progress Association has planted many native shrubs in two areas of the park and maintained them through the summer weather.

This year the flowering was exceptional on most of the shrubs and attracted many passers-by. Native flowers were entered in the Northam Show, with great success.Also on the weekend the association held a Trash and Treasure stall at the Clackline railway carriage.

Again the support was excellent and hundreds of dollars were raised.

An amount from this total will be donated to the Cancer Council.

This is the third donation to the Cancer Council from white elephant and trash and treasure stalls.

The association thanked all those from the district who gave their time over the weekend and enjoyed a sausage.

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