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 Theo v d Walt, who is conducting the search for artifacts using a metal detector, is not having much luck. He says the area is strewn with building rubble which hampers the ability of the machine to locate items. He will continue with his search this week.

The Old School is on the extreme right and this is the investigation site

 A metal detector is being used to see if hidden treasure is lurking beneath the surface in the region of the old school and The Hall. 

Part of the congregation of 76 who came to honour Olive Pike

Olive Pike at age 97, has retired as Church musician. Our Service on 26 November 2017, paid tribute to her phenomenal service to the Church spanning 37 years! Neill, her son, delivered a tribute to his remarkable and well loved Mother and our Clumber Community served a lunch in her honour after the Service. A good time of fellowship was had by people who travelled from far and wide to attend. It will be strange to see Olive sitting in the pews at our next service which will be held in the new year.


 The flowers which were picked today for the graves as well as the tent and the Church. King proteas, arums, strelitzia, pincushions, everlastings, ferns, statice... Lots to arrange tomorrow - Pam Watson is the flower arranger.


 This is the best I have ever seen the Clumber Church grounds looking. Where all the invasive thorn trees and wattle were, the grass has been mowed for the very first time. Our farmers, Alan Pike, Craig and Brandon Handley, Bruce Yendall have gone out of their way to make these grounds look as attractive as they are. Congratulations and thank you for your contributions. It has not gone unnoticed


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