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February 2021

Hall Markets - CANCELLED Due to Covid 19 Restrictions

Once again, after consultation with key health representatives and the ACT Government, Hartley have decided to cancel the December Markets. This decision has been based on the updated advice from the ACT Government regarding Canberra's Recovery Plan and associated restrictions.

The Hall Markets are one of Australia's largest home-made and home grown goods markets.
The markets have a rural theme and are held at the picturesque Hall Village Showground, just ten kilometres north of Canberra.

Barbecues, canteens, live music and other entertainment makes each visit a fun, family day out.
Entry is by a gold coin donation with all proceeds supporting Hartley Lifecare's disability programs and services.

www.hartley.org.au/markets

Time:10:00 - 3:00Phone:0262824411
Location:Hall Pavilion area and Polocrosse car parkEmail:
Website:www.hartley.org.au/markets

March 2021

Hall Markets

The Hall Markets are one of Australia's largest home-made and home grown goods markets.
The markets have a rural theme and are held at the picturesque Hall Village Showground, just ten kilometres north of Canberra.

Barbecues, canteens, live music and other entertainment makes each visit a fun, family day out.
Entry is by a gold coin donation with all proceeds supporting Hartley Lifecare's disability programs and services.

www.hartley.org.au/markets

Time:10:00 - 3:00Phone:0262824411
Location:Hall Pavillion area and Polocrosse car parkEmail:
Website:www.hartley.org.au/markets

National Sheep Dog Trials Championships

Sheep Dog Trials are a highly-competitive and challenging sport. Sheep Dog Trials represent a fascinating insight into Australia's rural life with a compelling spectator experience. Sheep Dog Trials are an example of extraordinary team work between dog and handler.

The objectives of the National Sheep Dog Trials are to:
- Promote the welfare of sheep, dogs and humans (and in that order)
- Promote wide human interest in all classes of sheep dogs and to secure proper appreciation and recognition of their place and use in human society and industry; and
- Promote, in every way, the general improvement of the standard, breeding, working and exhibition of sheep dogs.

The Duke of Gloucester Sash was presented to the National Sheep Dog Trial Association in 1945 by His Royal Highness, Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester during his tenure as Governor General of Australia from 1944 to 1947. The Duke was the younger brother of King George 6th and Uncle of Queen Elizabeth 2nd.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh attended the National Sheep Dog Trial Championships on Finals day, Saturday 26 April 1970 and witnessed the Finals competition. The Queen then presented the Sash to the winner of the National Open Trial, Mr. Bob Ross and his dog Yulong Russ.

Every day of the National Sheep Dog Trials is open to spectators.

Further information is available at www.nationalsheepdogtrials.org/

Time:10:00 - 3:00Email:
Location:Hall Village Showground, Gladstone Street, Hall ACT

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