Singleton Historical Museum becomes new home for Tidy Town awards

In addition to the new Singleton Historical Museum renovations, a brand new wall dedicated to honour the Singleton Tidy Town awards has risen to display previous winners and initiatives in regard to Singleton Tidy Towns.

President Lyn Macbain said the team are bubbling with excitement to display their awards at the Singleton Historical Museum.

"We are thrilled to be able to show off our community awards here at the museum in Burdekin park," said Lyn.

"We have nearly thirty plaques and awards from across the years and it would be lovely to display them here at the museum," she added.

The Singleton Tidy Towns committee are also inviting other community organisations who have community awards or recognition's to display their achievements in this area.

"We would love any other community organisations to join us in displaying their community awards here, we are very thankful to Singleton Council for homing us here at the museum," Lyn added.

TIDY TOWNS AWARDS: Singleton Tidy Town committee members (back) Diana Thorning, Jack Fleming, Lyn Macbain, (front) Jan Andrews and Betty Searle are thrilled to display the communities awards on the new Museum wall.

TIDY TOWNS AWARDS: Singleton Tidy Town committee members (back) Diana Thorning, Jack Fleming, Lyn Macbain, (front) Jan Andrews and Betty Searle are thrilled to display the communities awards on the new Museum wall.