Scone Bypass – Take Action Now

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We have 16 days to be heard! Submissions close on February 19 The Scone Chamber of Commerce strongly objects to the current design of the RMS proposal for the Scone By-Pass. The new plans as presented do not meet ANY … Read More

Thinking business beyond the bypass

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Many Scone business people are concerned about the Roads and Maritime Service (RMS) current design for the bypass and overpass. Forty people attended a meeting about the bypass plans last night, organised by Upper Hunter Shire Council and the Scone … Read More

Save the Date: Wednesday 24th Feb

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Scone Chamber are pleased to announce that we are revitalising the Women’s Network for 2016!  Our first event is planned for February 24th:  Fridge to Frypan starting at at 6.30 for a 7pm dinner. Watch this space for more information … Read More

scone.com.au launched

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Your Story. Your News. That is the mantra of the news and information based website launched this week by local Elizabeth Flaherty. The aim of the website is to deliver timely and relevant local news and information. The website is … Read More

RMS community drop-in information sessions

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Upper Hunter Shire Council is urging residents to study carefully Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) latest plans for the $90 million Scone Bypass. RMS community drop-in information sessions on the proposal will be held at Scone Motor Inn on: Thursday … Read More

RMS Scone Bypass plans not good enough

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Upper Hunter Shire Council has urged residents to study carefully Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) latest plans for the $90 million Scone Bypass. Mayor Wayne Bedggood said Council is disappointed the recently released plans for the Scone Bypass on the … Read More

Chamber celebrates a successful year

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Thanks to everyone who attended our Christmas Drinks function. A special thanks to the Willow Tree Hotel for providing a great venue and nibblies. Ben Wyndham, Chamber President, acknowledged the contribution of both the outgoing and current board members and … Read More

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