In October we were the lucky recipients of the Complete Parts and The Coalface $500 Community Gift. They have visited our museum and met with our team of volunteers from Mudgee, whom lovingly look after our museum and work to improve its buildings and surrounds.
Our Vice President of the Mudgee Historical Society, Sue England, recently met the team at The Coal Face and shared some information about what we do here.
“The grounds, which now comprise approximately one acre, also house a brick meeting room, a slab hut with the communications display, a large, corrugated iron shed, a corrugated iron church, a buggy shed, and a farm machinery shed.
“These are set in attractive grassed areas with a cottage garden at the front of the building and a new low-maintenance garden at the rear.”
You can read more about The Community Gift from The Coal face here.