To cap off the week and bring some positivity to the world, each Friday we're collecting and sharing the best good news of the week from around the Lithgow area.
If you've got some good news share it with us.
The Good News community board
Scotty Poll shared this photo above for the Good News Diary, we can't confirm whether there was gold at the end of this one though.
- Rebecca Joy Redfern said she was enjoying the 'beautiful gardens everywhere', Angela Winters and Kelly Taylor were living the recent rain and Noelene Wolthers was blessed with a surprise visit from her grandson and family.
- The CWA Evening Branch ladies are having their next meeting on Monday 9th November at 5.50 pm 48 Market St, if you are new to town or not and would like to meet a dynamic group of ladies please pop in and meet us. Bring a drink and snack, once Covid restrictions are lifted we bring a plate to share - hopefully soon.
For further information contact Annie on 0402 818 342.
- The team at Ultimate Care were fundraising for Pink Up Mudgee on Friday and their display was hard to miss. Well done.
This week's good news stories
"It doesn't get much better than this," Police reunite missing child with parents
A young child has been reunited with his parents after being going missing on a rural property near Collie.
Doctor in the house: Dr Nebras will return to Gulgong MPS
Announced via press release on Thursday, an agreement has been reached that brings Dr Nebras Yahya back as a doctor at Gulgong MPS after a long negotiation process.
Though they've eased considerably, COVID has still led to restrictions on where people can safely go to run errands and access important resources.
The pharmacy is something that has remained essential during the pandemic and so creating a place where people can get help is important for a location like Blooms the Chemist in Mudgee.
'Ultra rare' ooshie sells for $550 for siblings Alycia and Jaiden Cogdell
SIBLINGS Alycia and Jaiden Cogdell have sold their "ultra rare" Ooshie, a furry Thor, for $550 online.
The duo got the Ooshie, (small, plastic collectables which were being offered free to Woolworths shoppers with their groceries last month) during a weekly shopping stint with their mum.
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