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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2011
Berry 24 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au A BOUTIQUE LIFESTYLE Free Call 1800 005 922 • Boutique Over 55’s Estate • Short walk to Cafes and Shops • Close to train & bus services • Enjoy Berry’s vibrant community atmosphere The Grange at Berry e: firstname.lastname@example.org 22 Victoria Street, Berry w: www.thegrangeatberry.com.au 2097889 It’s all about enjoying time with friends.....The great locat ion of the Grange means your favourite shopping spot or club is closer than ever. While you’re living it up, your f amily will have peace of mind that you’ll be thriving in a warm and friendly community with care. TThhee GGrraannggee aatt BBeerrrryy, with it s 60 boutique villas, of fers a rreettiirreem meenntt lliiffeessttllyyllee to be envied. Be par t of a ‘Village’ communit y living in luxurious villas, in beautiful gardens surrounded by securit y gates f or your safety.The hub of the village is “The Broughton Club” where people can meet t o chat or enjoy the recreational opportunities. Boasting an intima te lounge, fireplace, large private function room and games room, there is also a heated pool, table tennis and indoor bowls. The Grange was awarded the MMaasstteerrss BBuuiillddeerrss AAssssoocciiaattiioonn AAwwaarrdd ffoorr EExxcceelllleennccee iinn HHoouussiinngg ffoorr LLiiffeessttyyllee LLiivviinngg OOvveerr 5555’’ss, in addition to the Housing Industry Association award for the Best Special Purpose Housing. hhoom mee,, hhoom mee iiss ‘‘tthhee ggrraannggee’’ The leafy picturesque village of Berry is a magical place during Spring.Set amongst rolling green hills with the backdrop of the stunning Cambewarra range, BBeerrrryy iiss ffaam moouuss for its cafés, antiques and boutique shopping. As soon as you cross the bridge and glimpse the gorgeous rotunda set amongst roses and camellias in the beaut iful Apex Park, you will know this is a special place. TThhee wweeeekkeenndd ooff SSeepptteem mbbeerr 1177 && 1188 will see the Berry School of Arts transformed int o an impressive showcase of antiques when around 20 dealers from all around the country combine for the BBeerrrryy AAnnttiiqquueess && CCoolllleeccttaabblleess FFaaiirr. Organised by antiques dealer Mick Dalton, this event has become a great draw card for collectors both serious and novice alike.Traditionally the aim of a fair is t o cater for all tastes and incomes, from the smallest thimble to a grandVictorian chest. Prices are compet itive and the range of items f or sale is enormous, enabling customers to view many different dealers all together under one roof. Georgian and Victorian jeweller y, English and European porcelain, silver, glass, linen, lamps, collectables and furniture, both rustic and traditional will be well displayed with the dealers themselves endeavouring to supply as much information as possible to help the collector. The Berry Antiques Fair is open to the public from 10am until 5pm on Saturday 17 and from 10am until 4pm on Sunday 18. Admission is $8 for adults and includes a lucky door prize ticket. Accompanied children are free. The School of Arts is situated in Alexandra St Berry. Plent y of parking available nearby and wheelchair access into the hall. For fur ther information please phone 0428 446 534. aannttiiqquueess && ccoolllleeccttaabblleess ffaaiirr SSttrroollll tthhee ssttrreeeettss ooff BBeerrrryy.. DDoonn’’tt m miissss BBeerrrryy’’ss AAnnttiiqquueess FFaaiirr.. Berry Antiques & Collectables Fair Local, Sydney, interstate and country dealers offering a wide selection of furniture, jewellery, silver, porcelain, linen, books and many other interesting collectables. BerrySchoolofArtsAlexandraSt,Berry • All items are for sale • Lucky door prize Saturday,September1710amto5pmSunday,September1810amto4pmEnquiries0428446534Entry$8kidsfree2206620 Handmade • Homemade Treasures 12 Prince Alfred St, Berry 4464 2500 AAllll pprroocceeeeddss ttoo ccoommmmuunniittyy && cchhaarriittyy OOppeenn 77 DDaayyss:: 1100aamm--44ppmm Berry Community Craft Cottage 2097885