February 10, 2016


February 10, 2016
Walpole Weekly
February 10, 2016
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Tin Shed Pottery end of an era
Bob and Ros Quin and the Tin
Shed Pottery Gallery have been a
part of Walpole for the past 13
years. The closing of the pottery
studio marks the end of an era for
our community.
Bob and Ros have been active
community members and hard
working volunteers in many
community groups. They also
founded the ‘Art and Craft in
Action’ now the ‘Walpole Art
Award’, perhaps their biggest
legacy to Walpole.
With deep sadness Ros told the
Weekly that after suffering from a
stroke last year, Bob now finds
himself unable to continue making
his beloved pottery.
They have had to make the
tough decision to close the Gallery
and leave Walpole to relocate to
Mandurah, where they will be
closer to specialised medical
services and family.
The Tin Shed Pottery Gallery
has been a well-known artistic hub
in Walpole. Bob trained as a potter
in Midland Tech and has been
producing pottery ever since.
His first exhibition was held at
the Avon Valley Art Centre and
was named ‘Dreaming in colour’.
Bob Quin closes the doors of his Tin Shed Pottery Gallery. Photo Weekly
Bob has been an active member
of the artistic community holding
exhibitions, demonstrations and
teaching the art of pottery.
Speaking to him his love for the
craft is evident.
Bob said, “After I had my
stroke Ros organised for me to go
to the Albany potters group, they
were very kind and let me work
alongside them. I was given small
1 kilogram balls of clay to spin but
I couldn’t spin anything. Next to
me I noticed a young girl spinning
the most magnificent deep bowl. It
had perfectly spun sides.
“I asked her who had taught her
to do that and she said “You! You
did!” Now for me it means a lot
that I have passed my skills to
someone else.”
(Continued on page 8)
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Weekly events
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March 27
Sunday sailing day, Walpole Yacht Club
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March 11
Friday social sports evening, Walpole
Country Club from 3pm.
Seniors computing club, Walpole CRC
1pm. New members welcome.
P&C meeting, Walpole Primary School
library 3.15pm. All welcome!
Walpole Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
Annual BBQ, Fire shed 5pm.
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February 10, 2016
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‘Small school big opportunities’
Reader response to our cover article WW February 3.
It is refreshing to see an encouraging response to the
loss of students from Walpole Primary School.
Although the loss wasn't the school's choice, we
applaud the school's desire to embrace low enrolments
and "reap the benefits of small country school
—Name withheld by request.
North Walpole Road update
Note: As a result of our reader letter 'No excuse for
Shire', WW Feb 3, page 4, regarding the need for an
upgrade to North Walpole Road from Allen Road to
South Coast Highway, the Shire of Manjimup have
provided information responding to this issue in this
week's edition of the Shire Bulletin.
The Shire Bulletin can be found on the back cover
of this publication.
Walpole Weekly
Colourbond cottage? ‘abhorrent’
It has come to my notice that this week's Shire Council
Agenda includes an application to strip the timber
cladding from the Pioneer Cottage (Visitor Centre) to
replace this with colourbond.
I find this abhorrent. What do you feel? Corrugated
iron is excellent for shed building but not a good
tourism image. Perhaps there should be a public
—Kate O'Brien
The Weekly contacted Visitor Centre Manager Adele
Brown . She kindly provided the following statement:
“The Walpole Nornalup Visitor Centre has
requested approval to carry out the following
improvements to the building, access and signage. A
facelift to include purchase and installation of new
external cladding. Upgrade the verandah entry deck to
accommodate wheel chair mobility and make it more
user friendly.”
Active citizens commended
Congratulations to Kay and Dennis Hall recipients of a
commendation from The Shire of Manjimup in the
Premier's Australia Day Active Citizenship Awards.
The awards recognise outstanding contributions to
our community and foster Australian pride and spirit
through active citizenship.
Dennis and Kay were nominated for their valuable
contributions to St John ambulance, Walpole Silver
Chain and to the Seniors Jarrah Glenn Village.
Kay said, “We were very happy to receive an
invitation to attend the Australia Day Ceremony as
nominees of the award. It was a nice day.”
Dennis added, “We don't do it for the recognition,
but when you do get recognised it makes you realise
that the community do appreciate it.”
The Award ceremony was held in Northcliffe on
Australia Day January 26.
Kay and Dennis Hall with their award. Photo Weekly
Walpole Weekly
February 10, 2016
Westlink Opera theatrical spectacle
Seventeen locals took the opportunity to enjoy the
presentation of Puccini’s comic opera GIANNI
SCHICCHI presented via Westlink at the Walpole
CRC last Saturday February 6.
City of Perth presents Opera in the Park as an
annual event supported by Lotterywest and Healthway
to connect people in regional centres through a live
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Puccini’s final completed opera is a loving tribute to
Italian theatrical and musical tradition.
Helen Webster said, “This opera is delightfully
witty and shows the lengths some people will go to
corrupt a person’s last will and testament.
“This was a wonderful opportunity for people statewide to connect and enjoy this excellent West
Australian Opera Company and WASO performance.
“There was a wonderful greeting to all by Barry
Maguire, who sang a traditional song as a Welcome to
“Susannah Carr hosted the event, with speeches
provided by Miriam Borthwick, a Lotterywest
Representative, and Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi.
It is fantastic that while in Walpole we can still
enjoy this fantastic cultural events.
“Thanks once again to Westlink, the Department of
Regional Development, Lotterywest and the WACRC
Network for connecting us into this direct telecast.”
Westlink simulcasts are held regularly at the
Walpole CRC. Check our calendar of events for
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What’s on offer in and around Walpole this week...
Bow Bridge Roadhouse ‘Try our home made food, burgers and fish and chips.’
98408 062
Open Monday to Saturday 8am - 6 pm Sunday 8.30 am - 6 pm, Valley of the Giants Road/South Coast Hwy Bow Bridge
Old Kent River Winery and Slow Food Café ‘Our specialty marron and farm reared lamb.’
Open Wednesday to Sunday 11am - 4pm, South Coast Hwy Kent River
9840 8136
Philippine Magic Café ‘Our Summer Asian buffet is on now.’
Open every day Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 8.30 am - 8pm, Nockolds Street Walpole
9840 1921
Peaceful Bay Seafood Café ‘Fresh line-caught fish directly from the continental shelf off Peaceful Bay’
Open every day Lunch 11am - 3pm, Takeaway 11am - 6pm, Dinner Fri & Sat 5 - 7pm, Peaceful Bay
9840 8060
Tingles Bakehouse ‘All from scratch! Gourmet pies, cakes, wholefoods and great coffee!
Open 8am - 3pm six days a week, closed on Tuesdays, 6405 South Coast Hwy, Nornalup
9840 1273
Thurlby herb farm ‘Try our new dish - Holy smoked duck with apple and walnut salad.’
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm Lunch service until 3pm, 3 Gardiner Rd North Walpole
9840 1249
Top Deck Café ‘All our food is made fresh!’
Open Tuesday to Saturday 9am - 2pm Dinner 5.30 - 8pm, Nockolds Street Walpole
9840 1344
Walpole Hotel/ Motel ‘This week’s special Nannygai with chips and salad $33’
Open every day Lunch 12 - 2pm Dinner 6-8pm
9840 1023
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Walpole Weekly
Our regional future
regions have your say
On January 28 2016, the Australian Government
announced that it will be holding a series of meetings
with regional communities.
The meetings will be led by the Assistant Minister
to the Deputy Prime Minister the Hon Michael
McCormack MP.
They will involve a diverse selection of local
community leaders and representatives from Regional
Development Australia committees, regional industries
and academic institutions.
According to Government information the meetings
will provide, “A direct channel for the Government to
hear first-hand community solutions to respond to
challenges and harness opportunities for economic
Federal Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson said, “I
am looking forward to discussing important regional
issues in the electorate with the Assistant Minister
to the Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack
when he visits Albany and Kalgoorlie in February.
“I believe this regional development policy process
will provide many opportunities to showcase our area,
and to help shape new ideas to further grow our
economy and create local jobs.”
Assistant Minister McCormack is leading the policy
development process and said he welcomed input into
this policy from all regions of Australia.
“I encourage all interested parties to get involved by
contacting their local Regional Development Australia
committees, local MPs or my Department.”
To provide feedback on existing government
programmes or to share ideas on how to improve our
town and region email [email protected]
or [email protected].
Find out more at www.infrastructure.gov.au/
Sunday 14th of February
We’ve got GIFT PACKS,
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We offer our sincere condolences
and deepest sympathy to
Chris and Kathy Broadbent and family
on the passing of Chris’ mother in
From all at St John Ambulance
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February 10, 2016
(Continued from page 1)
Bob told the Weekly many fabulous stories about his
pot collection, which includes special antique priced
pieces, form Israel, Indonesia and Louisiana.
Speaking of his Louisiana pot Bob said, “Look at it.
I can see the imprint of the potter’s hand at the bottom
of the pot. I can put my hand over it.
“I run my finger through the clay and I wonder who
did that work. I wonder if someone will ever ask that of
one of my pots.”
There is no doubt that the Quins have had a
profound influence in creating opportunities for the
development of other artists in Walpole.
Ros and Bob, with the help of Rhonda and Rick
Perpoli, started the Walpole Art and Craft in Action in
2008, which has developed into the popular Walpole
Art Award. Ros said, “The 3D Art Award last year was
a huge success, and we want this to be our legacy.
“We want to encourage people to have a go. The
district has many talented people yet to be discovered.”
Bob who is also a marriage celebrant conducted
many ceremonies in Walpole and was also an active
member of the Walpole RSL.
Ros was a member of the Walpole Nornalup and
Districts Historical Society for ten years, she was an
active volunteer at the Walpole Community Resource
Centre, Silver Chain and Seniors Accommodation, and
she even found time to be part of the local Book Club.
Jenny Willcox said, “Both Ros and Bob worked
very hard towards fundraising for the new Silver Chain
building and organised several large wine raffles.
Bob travelled all over the countryside picking up
donated cartons of wine. Bob would then hawk himself
into town and man the table flogging tickets. They
raised thousands.”
Continuing in their generosity, the Quins have
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donated art supplies to the Walpole Primary School
and also pottery remnants have been donated to the
Ficifolia Community Garden to create a meandering
mosaic pathway in the garden.
Bob said, “It is my way of leaving something for the
community. I want to thank everyone who has
supported me over the years.”
Despite the current circumstances, the Quin’s
outlook for the future is positive.
Bob told the Weekly that he wants to pour his
energy into writing, “I want to get into writing. Even if
I can’t do pottery anymore, I can still write. “I have a
lot to write about. My belief is if you are not passionate
about what you do then why are you doing it?”
A community farewell for the Quins is planned for
Saturday February 27, with the final details soon to be
From Left: Penny Jewell, Rhonda Perpoli, Chris
Bellanger, Ros Quin and Jenny Willcox at the opening of
the Tin Shed Pottery Gallery. Photo J. Willcox
Walpole Weekly
February the time of plenty
From your Ficifolia Community Garden...
By Chris Bellanger
This month is the time of the year when most home
gardeners have so much produce, it can be a full-time
job dealing with it all.
It is a time of preserving jams and pickles, fruit and
vegetable bottling, and drying.
Eggplant, or more correctly aubergine, is a prolific
producer from January to March in Walpole. Pick them
when fully deep and glossy purple, as the green part is
quite bitter.
This month's delicious middle eastern eggplant
recipe is contributed by Di Pickersgill.
Baba Ghanoush
2 large eggplants approximately1kg
Olive oil or cooking spray
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
2 Tbsp. tahini
¼ cup lemon juice
¼ cup Greek style yoghurt
(Seasoning- ½ tsp sweet paprika, salt and pepper).
Bake or grill egg-plant until soft.
Place in a colander for a 10 minutes to remove excess
liquid. Remove skin and chop roughly. Process all
ingredients (except seasonings) until smooth. Add salt
and pepper to taste. Spoon into a bowl. Sprinkle with
paprika and drizzle with good olive oil. Use as a dip.
Serve with crusty bread. Enjoy!
The Ficifolia Garden is your community garden.
Volunteers always welcome, every Thursday afternoon
from 4pm.
Send off for
Dr Florian Mutzke
We would like to invite members of the
community to join us for an afternoon tea to
farewell local
Dr Florian Mutzke.
Florian, who is part of the Denmark Medical
Centre practice, will have his last consultations
with Walpole patients on Wed 17th February.
He has been an integral part of Walpole Health
reform and we wish him well in his new venture.
An afternoon tea is planned for
Wednesday 17 February at 4.30pm at the
Walpole Resource Centre
Living herbs garden sculpture made from recycled
materials. Photo C. Bellanger
Walpole Weekly
In order to accommodate numbers could you
please RSVP to 9840 8091.
A small donation would be appreciated to offset
catering fees.
Rod & Rae Burton
February 10, 2016
Small grants on offer
South Coast Natural Resource Management has
announced the first Regional Landcare Facilitators
Community Small Grant Programme for 2016 funded
by the National Landcare Programme.
The programme aims to help community groups get
involved in landcare by providing funds of up to $500
that can go towards the cost of running an event or
project that benefits the community and the
South Coast NRM Acting Chief Executive Officer, Mr
Justin Bellanger said, “I’m delighted that we can
support our regional groups to run events that will
ultimately make a real difference to our environment
and build resilience in our communities”
“The Community Small Grant Programme provides
monetary support for on-ground works that the
community itself has driven.”
Caitlin Jackson, acting regional landcare facilitator
for South Coast NRM, encouraged not-for-profit
groups, sports clubs, recreation groups, associations or
schools within the South Coast region to apply.
“We would love to see our local communities taking
advantage of this opportunity to benefit the
environment we all enjoy using” she said.
“Projects and events could include a weeding bee at
your local reserve, a beach rubbish pickup, tree
planting at your local sports ground, or even a fauna or
flora survey.”
Application forms are available on the South Coast
NRM website.
Applications close 22nd February 2016 and projects
must be completed by 30 April 2016. For further
information, visit www.southcoastnrm.com.au.
Walpole Quality
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Fridays: Chase the Ace
Happy Hour
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Walpole Weekly
Hi-lo milk not better for you
We are all familiar with the health guidelines that
recommend reduced fat dairy products for adults and
children aged over two, however these have now been
called into question by new research conducted by
Edith Cowan University.
The research found that low-fat dairy was not
associated with any additional health advantages when
compared to full-fat products.
Research recently published in the journal Nutrients
found that full-fat dairy may be just as beneficial for
cardiovascular health.
Dr Therese O’Sullivan from ECU’s School of
Medical and Health Science examined the eating habits
of 860 WA teenagers from early to late adolescence.
“We have long been recommending people eat lowfat dairy on the assumption that because it has less
calories and less saturated fat it is healthier for you, but
there was very little out there in terms of good evidence
that this is the case,” she said.
“When we examined the cholesterol profile of these
teenagers we found that those who ate more low-fat
dairy were no better off,” she explained.
“In fact, we were able to show that for teenage boys,
full-fat dairy consumption was associated with a
slightly better cholesterol profile than low-fat dairy.”
Dr O’Sullivan said that the researchers also
examined the waist to height ratio of the teenagers in
the study to evaluate obesity and found no link between
the type of dairy eaten and obesity.
“Given that it has less calories per serve, it was
assumed that low-fat dairy would help children and
teenagers maintain a healthy weight, but we found that
neither low-fat nor regular fat products increased risk
of obesity.
“This could be because children and teenagers are
actually quite good at regulating their food intake, so
eating full-fat dairy makes them feel more full,
potentially reducing their consumption of other foods,
but this is something that requires further research.”
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Weekly social
Post your photos on the web or social
media #mywalpoleweekly
Helen Pierce enjoys afternoon tea
at the Seniors Computing Club.
Photo Weekly
Participants learning new skills at the Seniors Computing Club on
Thursday February 4. Photo Weekly
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Walpole Cycling Group. Photo A. Barrington
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Locals enjoy the live simulcast of Opera in the Park at
Walpole CRC on Saturday February 6.
Walpole Quality Meats
Supplying & supporting
Walpole for over 12 years
Jamie Dunross enjoys a demo of the Tesla all electric car.
Photo B. Burrell.
Jamie Dunross was reportedly seen last Thursday
February 4, hovering around a visiting Tesla allelectric car owned by Stephen Burrell.
Bill Burrell said, “Jamie’s enthusiasm was
contagious and Stephen offered a 'demo' drive. Upon
his return from Nornalup, Jamie was heard saying that
the ‘earth had moved’ and he may not need the
wheelchair again.”
Bill said, "A recharge point for electric vehicles is
coming to Walpole in the near future. It will be located
at the Nockolds Cottage Holiday Unit, just behind the
Philippine Magic Cafe."
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Weekly sport
Scroungers Golf Results 2/2/16
Best 2nd #11
Best 3rd #10
Longest putt #18
NTP #13
F Stevenson 27 points
G Becker 22 point
K Anderson 21 points
K Anderson
N Burton
M Lumb
R Muir
F Stevenson #14,
K Anderson #16
Men’s Bowls Results
Championship Triples 7/2/16
J Sampson, D Anning & C Anning
B Eddington, J McNamara &
J Klompmaker
Sunday Summer Golf
Colin Burton 37 points
Trevor Scott 35 points
Longest putt 18
NTP #13
NTP #17
Best #10
R Perpoli
K Anderson
M Lumb
R Perpoli
C Burton 14
R Perpoli 10
B Cooper 13
K Anderson 13
G Doust 15
Great day for golf with the new greens playing terrific!
26 people played in a great field.
Anyone wanting to help out at the club with
watering around new greens etc please contact Colin
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Back hoe, bobcat, loader and grader hire
Blue metal and metal dust available.
Contact Nigel Fry
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Young calf decides to assist with the laundry at Trevelys
farm in Tingledale. Photo D Ravenhill.
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