Country Women's Association growing after COVID-19 lockdowns

Ben Silvester
By Ben Silvester
Updated August 1 2022 - 3:39am, first published 12:10am
Growing: Wendy Habel from the Hawkesdale branch of the Country Women's Association says the group is steadily attracting new members as people gain a new appreciation for home cooking and self sufficiency. Picture: Anthony Brady

Many south-west Country Women's Association branches are emerging from two years of lockdown stronger than ever according to Hawkesdale branch member Wendy Habel.

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Ben Silvester

Ben Silvester

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