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Published: 15 Aug 2018Title: WATER UPDATE 15 AUGUST 2018Status: Rain since 8 August: 14mm Dam level: 72.7% Demand/usage: 24.5 megalitres (target 22Ml)
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12 June 2018

Boston Gay Choir and Gay Pride Parade in George next Tuesday

The Boston Gay Choir will be visiting George on Tuesday, 19 June 2018, performing at the Gay Pride Parade in York Street in the morning and concert in Conville Community Hall at night.

Themed around a message of acceptance and freedom for people to be who they are, the Gay Pride Parade is expected to host international gay ambassadors and local activists, and is open to anyone who want to support or participate. It will start at the Victoria Street intersection in York Street at 12pm and move down to Unity Park where the choir will sing and the George Municipality Deputy Mayor, Charlotte Clarke, will officially welcome the visitors.

The concert, for which entry is free of charge and open to all, starts at the Conville Community Hall at 6pm.

Enquiries: Jonathan Fortuin 044 802 2000

(Please note traffic impact during the march is expected to be minimal, with a section of one lane closed in York Street as the march progresses).

Last published 12 June 2018