The state of play in Australia is grim. To put it in perspective, the 2018 California fires burned 2 million acres. The Amazon fires were around 6 million. Since September, the Australian fires have burnt 14.6 million acres and we are just one month into summer.
In talking to Sue about Mansfield life, community spirit is a recurring theme. Whether through her job with the local council, or since her ‘retirement’, Sue is constantly involved in community activities.
Sandra Lording, police officer turned photographer, moved to Mansfield two years ago. For the first eighteen months, she was ready to return to Melbourne, but thanks to connections made through work and helpful locals, she settled. She now works for the Mansfield Courier and is growing her photography business. She’s been kind enough to share … Continue reading Sandra Lording, Mansfield Photographer
In my last blog about Houston, I explained how I came to be co-directing a production for my children's school. I was uniquely unqualified for this role. Sure, I'd written and co-directed shows before, but I'd never worked with children. I wasn't a teacher. I hadn't even coached a sports team. The closest I'd come to any sort of kids group facilitation was being a cub scout leader when I lived in Lagos.
Greg moved to Mansfield over a year ago and when asked about his tree change, he quotes Edith Piaf, non je ne regrette rien.
Jennifer moved to Mansfield eight months ago. She fell in love with the town at first sight and is already active in the community. Read on to hear her tips for a successful transition to country life. Tell us a bit about your life before Mansfield. I lived in Montrose at the base of the … Continue reading Jennifer Harrold’s Mansfield Tree Change