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A CWA Christmas

They have been in the kitchen for more than 70 years and now you too can cook and bake up a storm just like the CWA professionals!! Beautiful handmade decorations have been hung alongside cookie cutters, recipe book, calendars, spatulas and more. This is a tree for the person in your life who simply loves to show their love by baking. Now you can enjoy delightful CWA Scones made right in your very own home, with your homemade jam on top!

Country Women's Association Cookbook - Seventy years in the kitchen.
2 x 2021 Calendars
2 x CWA Journal Magazines
Homemade Christmas pudding
Walkers Shortbread Biscuits
Non-stick Slice Baking Tray
2 x Non-stick 6 Cup Muffin Pans
Cooking-themed Christmas tree decorations comprising:
Miniature cookie cutters
Wooden spoons
Miniature rolling pins
Metal tongs
Metal whisks
Large spatulas
Hand-crafted decorations
3 x Crochet-topped Hand Towels
Vintage Tea Towel
2 x Handmade Tea Towels by textile artist Dianne Kaye Wood
Dianne Kaye Wood Handmade Apron
Dianne Kaye Wood Handmade Tote Bag

.....and a coathanger in a Christmas tree!

Estimated Value: $180

Current Bid: $300 (15 Bid)

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Provided by: CWA Hornsby Branch (Est. Value $180)

Say G’day to the CWA!

Part of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) Northumberland Group, the CWA Hornsby & District Branch encompasses the best of both worlds. Located at the Northern-most point of Sydney suburbs, we function in a busy metropolitan hub whilst still enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding national parks and bushland. This setting brings together many nationalities and cultures which provides for a very diverse membership base.

The CWA is the largest women’s organisation in Australia, all working with the common aim to improve conditions for country women and children. We reach that aim in various ways including lobbying for change, creating a network of support and helping in local community.

Sharing knowledge and teaching new skills, such as baking, jam-making, handicraft and more to ladies who have never had the opportunity to engage in this type of activity, whilst participating in everything CWA has to offer, is a win-win for all involved.

Catering is a large fundraising component which enables us to support many needy causes, both regionally and nationally. Our members also bake, sew, knit and crochet to raise money for Australian Disaster Relief, medical research projects, and local community charities.

CWA Hornsby Branch meets at the St Peters Anglican Church Hall, 207 Peats Ferry Rd, Hornsby. Visitors are always welcome, so please consider joining us for a cuppa, slice and a chat on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at 9.30am.

For further information email Lyn at rlbraico@bigpond.net.au or call 0422 580 922