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Ringwood and District Historical Society Ringwood, VIC

The Ringwood Historical Society exists to collect, preserve and promote material relating to the history of Ringwood, Victoria situated in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs.

The Society maintains extensive Archives encompassing newspaper, journals, books, personal histories, maps, plans, photographs and other material and artefacts.

The archives are located in Norwood Reserve, 125 Warrandyte Road, Ringwood, as well as another site in Tortice Drive, and are open to the public by appointment.

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11 Ripley Court Ringwood VIC 3134 (map)
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+61 0418-103-256

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By appointment

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125 Warrandyte Road Ringwood VIC

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The Ringwood Historical Society exists to collect, preserve and promote material relating to the history of Ringwood, Victoria situated in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs.

The Society maintains extensive archives encompassing newspaper, journals, books, personal histories, maps, plans, photographs and other material and artefacts.

The Archives are located in Warrandyte Road, Ringwood and are open to the public by appointment.

Williams Janice 22 February 2019 2:56 PM

The photograph (portrait) of Harold Chivers is in fact a photograph of his older brother Lionel he was disowned by his family in the late fifties due 8 to family reasons

Katina Devril 20 March 2019 10:47 AM

Hello I have an enquiry about the image you have for Lionel Charles Chivers. He is also my father, known by a very different name. We have just discovered this and are putting together pieces of the puzzle about him. He did go on to have another name after us, but we don't know what that is. My question is, could we add to the comments on the photo to add another identity to the face? Our photos are much later, are linked to a different family and are mostly based in Sydney. I would like to add to his identity, but don't really know how to or even if it is appropriate to. We have not yet met his other children and I do not want to offend or upset them, so this is just a general enquiry at this stage. Katina

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Biography - Interview notes - short biography on Miss Daisy Paddock, teacher at Ringwood State School, circa 1970s.

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Single page of notes/interview record of Miss Daisy Paddock, teacher at the Ringwood State School in Greenwood Avenue (now Federation Estate) - Interview write-up by Ringwood History Group.

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Transcript: "Miss Janet Daisy Paddock She was an extremely well-liked and well-regarded teacher at the old RW State School in Greenwood Ave (Now Federation Estate). She taught between the years of 1927 until 1941, then again after the war from 1951 until final retirement in 1961. In fact she was so liked that her former pupils formed "The 2997 Club" , which met in her honour every year for a meal (and, of course, their guest of honour). 2997 was the RW SS number. In some of her letters about early life in RW, she recalls the RW Mail being produced and printed in a small wooden building in Adelaide St. [Adelaide St is officially no longer on the RW map but it went from the highway nearly to Mullum Creek, between Melbourne St and Warrandyte Road.^ In fact there is an unmarked 100 metres of road that is on the west side of Officeworks that ends in a roundabout at the bottom of Eastland carpark. I don't believe it is exactly in the same position as the old Adelaide Street but it pretty close. That would put the old Mail office in the vicinity of the Maroondah Council service centre in Eastland.] She also recalls that there were nearly a dam on every corner. In fact, I recall in my 1950s/60s childhood that there were still many dams around. As I previously mentioned, with the RW-Mitcham claybelt, there wasn't much top soil and the orange clay is very fine, so when the banks of the dam get wet, it wass very slippery. I often remember playing around in those dams, as most boys did in those days. A friend and I spied an old bath used to water some horses so after some trial and errors we made it waterproof and fashioned a couple of paddles out of wooden fence pailings. The first launch in the local dam was fine and we managed to manouver through the bullrushes into the middle. The only thing that I forgot about was that I had a d<^ that went everywhere with me and, rather than bark from the bank, he swam over to us and tried to get aboard. Bath tubs are not known for their seaworthness and he tipped us all in the drink. Of course the bath sank like a rock. We scrambled on the bank and he added insult to injury when, as all dogs do, gave the usual shake and sprayed us with water. My mind often comes back to one dam right next to the Croydon pub - that provided water to the Magg's orchard - dug in the usual fashion on about 3 metres deep scraped in the local clay, it was at this dam in the early sixties that a young boy drowned. After that we were pretty careful around dams. Going back to Daisy's memories, she recalls that the kids often started late on Monday mornings as Monday was Market Day at RW. They used to watch the stock being herded into the yards and people getting off the steam trains. Her family home was at Gruyere and her father used to drive to RW market and stop midway at the Burnt Bridge hotel and rest the horses. [I suspect that he may have watered other things besides the horses.] They eventually moved to RW in Thanet St. Miss Paddock still remembers the old RW school at the corner of RW St and Whitehorse Road, it was very small so they built the new school in Greenwood Ave. RW had a population of around 2,(K)0 when Daisy became an Assistant Class Five. She used to walk through the open paddocks, surrounded by bush and orchards. She goes on to say that the bush was alive with wildlife and a natural playground for the children. Miss Paddock was a member of the Soroptomist Club in RW (equivalent to Rotary), active in the church and local community. At our archives, we have a plaque that grac^ the entrance to the school, naming it the Miss Daisy Paddock library, in honour of a great woman in our city."

Book - Towards a Golden Future

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

The Story of Benjamin and Mary Ann Wilkins and their Descendants by Susan Estelle Smith, resarched by Ronda Whitten, Greame Thorpe, Lindsay Smith, Sue Smith and Margaret de Jager and edited by Ronda Whitten, Graeme Thorpe, Lindsay Smith and Sue Smith.

Book - Shire of Lilydale Past and Present 1837-1923

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Short history of the Shire of Lilydale including Ringwood, Croydon and surrounding districts prior to separation from Lilydale of Borough of Ringwood in 1924.

Historical information

See also "Ringwood, Place of Many Eagles - Hugh Anderson" for additional information on the separation of the Borough of Ringwood from Shire of Lilydale (p.154).

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Preface extract: This small Volume contains a short history of the Shire of Lilydale, and is designed as a record covering the period especially relating to the early settlement. ... The information herein recorded has been obtained from official sources, historical records, first hand knowledge, and from the Pioneers themselves ...

Book - Warrandyte's River

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Historical information provided by state water, road, and metrological and local government authorities and local residents' reminicences of the Yarra River at Warrandyte. Includes table showing periodic significant flows of the river between 1863 and 1985.

Book - Ringwood City Community Guide (1976-77)

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Ringwood Community Guide containing Council editorial, brief history of Ringwood, local Community Services and Business Listings. Also includes a street directory map of Ringwood Municipality, and a 1976-1977 Calendar.

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"First Edition". "Front cover photograph: Memorial Clock Tower erected in 1928."

Book - City of Ringwood 1992 Community Guide

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information book issued by City of Ringwood for 1992 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Includes two Aquatic Centre entry vouchers valid until June 30th, 1992.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) 1991/92 COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 4 1992 CALENDAR 51 AQUATIC CENTRE 8 AQUATIC CENTRE VOUCHERS 49 CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S REPORT 6 CIVIC CENTRE TELEPHONE INDEX — DIRECT DIALLING 53 COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 35-47 COMMUNITY SERVICES 17-19 COUNCIL & COMMITTEE CYCLES 4 COUNCIL FINANCES & 1991/92 RATES 16 COUNCILLORS 3 FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 15 HISTORY OF RINGWOOD 5 HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT 29-30 INFRASTRUCTURE 34 LOCAL, STATE & FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 32 MANAGEMENT TEAM 14 MAYORAL MESSAGE – Cr. Max Williams 1 NEIGHBOURHOOD MAP 26-27 NOTES 52 PAPER & CARDBOARD COLLECTION SERVICE 22 PARKS & RESERVES — PUBLIC FACILITIES 31 PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITY 23-24 PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT 20-21 RINGWOOD FESTIVAL & HIGHLAND CARNIVAL 13 RINGWOOD GOLF COURSE 7 STRATEGIC BIKE PLAN 11 STREET INDEX A-L 25 STREET INDEX L-Z 28 THE LIBRARY 12 THE RINGWOOD CONVENTION & PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE 10 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT 33 YOUR PERSONAL DIRECTORY 50

Book - City of Ringwood 1993 Community Guide

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information book issued by City of Ringwood for 1993 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Includes two Ringwood Aquatic Centre bonus entry vouchers valid until June 30th, 1993. Cover photographs: Front - Poppet Head, Ringwood Lake; Back - Opening of North Ringwood Child Care Centre.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) Message from the Mayor – Cr. Greg Adkins, J.P. 3 Councillors 4 Council & Committee Cycle 5 Council Elections 6 History of Ringwood 7 Chief Executive's Report 8 The Management Team 9 Functional Responsibilities 10 Community Liaison 11 Council Expenditure for 1992/93 12 Rates and Valuations 13 COUNCIL SERVICES Community Services 14 Protecting the Environment 17 Protecting Our Community 19 Town Planning 21 Building 22 Design and Investigation 23 Works 24 Street Index - Electoral Wards 25 Neighbourhood Map 26 and 27 COUNCIL RECREAION AND LEISURE FACILITIES Ringwood Golf Course 29 Aquatic Centre 30 The Ringwood Convention Centre 32 Ringwood Library 34 Ringwood Recreation 35 Parks and Reserves 30 Community Directory 38-50 Community Information Data Bank 51 Aquatic Centre Vouchers 51

Book - City of Ringwood 1994 Report & Community Guide

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information book issued by City of Ringwood for 1994 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Includes Ringwood Public Golf Course discount vouchers and two Ringwood Aquatic Centre bonus entry vouchers.

Historical information

The City of Ringwood and the City of Croydon merged in December 1994 and became the City of Maroondah.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) Contents A Message from the Mayor - Cr. Margaret Cheevers 3 Your Council 4 Local State and Federal MPs 5 Council Meetings and Elections 6 History of Ringwood 7 City Manager's Report 8 Organisational structure 9 Human Services 10-19 Environmental Health 20-21 Ringwood Library 22 Parks and Gardens 23 Ringwood's Parks and Reserves 24 Building 25 Engineering Planning Services 26-28 Waste Management 29 Town Planning 30 Traffic and Local Laws 31-33 Roads, Drainage and Major Works 38-39 Halls and Facilities 40-41 Aquatic Centre 42 Convention Centre/Karralika Theatre 43 Golf Course 44 Free Swim & Golf Discount Vouchers 45 Community Organisations 46-64 Finance 65-66 Administration 67 Community Liaison 68 Information Systems 69 Personnel 70-71 Risk Management 71 Rates and Valuations 72

Book - History of Ringwood East Primary School 4180

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Summary of the school's history from 1924 to 1974 produced to coincide with it's 50th year Jubilee Celebrations held on 2nd November, 1974. Back cover outlines programme of proceedings on that day.

Book - Koori Plants Trail

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Brief History of the Wurundjeri people and the use of plants indigenous to the Mullum Mullum Creek prepared for Maroondah City Council - July 1998

Book - Falconer Family in Australia

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

History of the Falconer Family in Scotland and Australia

Book - Amelia's Life Story

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Autobiographical life story of Amelia Hand (b.1907), including her family's time at "Wellington Park" in Warranwood, Victoria, from 1952.

Book - Silver Jubilee - Trinity Sunday 1980

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

History of Holy Trinity Church, Patterson Street,. Ringwood East - 25th Anniversary 1955-1980, researched and compiled by A.H. Scollary

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Foreword by The Rev. Dr. George A. Mullins, first vicar of The Parish of Holy Trinity Ringwood East

Book - Christ Church Heathmont - The First Twenty-Five Years, 1954-1979

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Short history of Church of England's Christ Church, Canterbury Road, Heathmont - 25th Anniversary 1954-1979, by Verna M. Adams

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Verna M. Adams: "I would like to acknowledge the help I have received from many quarters, and to express my appreciation of their unstinting labours on behalf of this volume. Photography: Kendrick Pereira Typing: Gladys Perkins, Betty Growse and all who lent photographic material and records."

Book - The History of the Memorial Clock Tower of Ringwood

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

History of the Memorial Clock Tower of Ringwood November 2001

Book - Heritage Walk Around Alto

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Walk around Croydon with 12 points of interest taking approx 1 hour

Book - Scenic Walk Around Croydon Hills

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Walk of 3 kilometres around Croydon Hills with 16 points of interest

Book - In Search of a Site

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

History of the Ringwood Primary School No 2997 from 1889 to 1989

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Contents include List of Head Teachers/Principals, Finding a Site, Time Line, Reminiscences of Miss Daisy Paddock, Anecdotes From Former Pupils. Acknowledgement - In researching the history of Ringwood Primary School, we would like to acknowledge the valuable information obtained from the History of Ringwood Primary School compiled by Mr. J.A. Baines.

Booklet - Southwood Primary School, School Charter 1994-1997

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Black book (25 pages) titled 'Southwood Primary School, School Charter 1994-1997' Signed by Principal - Leigh Robinson and School Council President - Louise Latimer

Booklet - The Ruskin All-about Ringwood. 1954

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community booklet - Ringwood 1954 - covering the facilities and activities of the Borough of Ringwood and other local organisations and associations.

Booklet - Proclamation of Ringwood as a City - Saturday, 19th March, 1960.

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Souvenir brochure issued on the occasion of the Proclamation of Ringwood as a City by the Governor of Victoria, General Sir Dallas Brooks, on 190th March, 1960. Contents include facilities and activities of the Borough of Ringwood and other local organisations and associations, and a Programme of Pageant Events throughout the week.

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"1924 - Souvenir Brochure - 1960. ... This Souvenir Programme has been produced in order that we all may have a permanent record of this great event in the history of Ringwood ...". Athenian Oath of Citizenship.

Booklet - City of Ringwood Report to Ratepayers 1977-1978

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Yellow covered community information booklet for Ringwood residents covering Council Representatives' and Service Organisations' contact details, Major Works, Planning (Ringwood Business Centre), Recreation, Litter, Rubbish Tip, Construction of Private Streets (Greenway/Dickasons Road Group), Health and Community Services, Municipal Elections, Rates, Dog Registrations, Overhanging Foliage, Building By-laws, Vandalism, House Numbering, Fire Hazards, Council Finances, and other points of general interest. and local services, sporting, and cultural facilities. Includes two City of Ringwood Free Tipping Vouchers valid until the end of 1978.

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Mayor's Message - Cr. Lawrie Lawrenson.

Booklet - City of Ringwood Report to Ratepayers 1978-1979

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Green covered community information booklet for Ringwood residents covering Council Representatives' and Service Organisations' contact details, Council Finances, Immunizations, Major Works, Planning (Live Theatre/Functions Centre), Health and Community Services, Christmas Holiday Play Centres, Lord Mayor's Children's Camp, Rates, Municipal Elections, Dogs, Rubbish Tip, Overhanging Foliage, Vandalism, Building By-laws, Fred Dwerryhouse Swimming Centre, Planning (Commercial Centre), Netball Complex, Citizenship Ceremonies, Mini Bikes, School Crossing Supervision, Ringwood Garden Competition, and Coming Events (International Year of the Child, Family Fun Day, Highland Carnival). Includes two City of Ringwood Free Tipping Vouchers valid until the end of 1979.

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Mayor's Message - Cr. A.B. Henderson, J.P. Back cover - Green tinted photograph of Ringwood Memorial Tower captioned: Ringwood - "A Happening Community"

Booklet - City of Ringwood Report to Ratepayers 1979-1980

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Yellow covered community information booklet for Ringwood residents covering Council and Parliamentary contact details, Council Meeting Dates, Justices of the Peace, Council Finances, Immunizations, Major Works, Planning (Live Theatre/Functions Centre, including Floor Plan), Health and Community Services, Christmas Holiday Play Centres, Lord Mayor's Children's Camp, Rates, Municipal Elections, Dogs, Rubbish Tip, Overhanging Foliage, Vandalism, Building By-laws, Ringwood Library (28 Warrandyte Road), Golf Course, Fred Dwerryhouse Swimming Centre, Netball Complex, Growth of Ringwood Commercial Centre, McAlpin's Reserve Development Plan, Netball Complex, Citizenship Ceremonies, Mini Bikes, School Crossing Supervision, Family Fun Day, Highland Carnival. Includes three City of Ringwood Free Tipping Vouchers valid until the end of 1980 and list of tip charges from October, 1979.

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Mayor's Message - Cr. P. Gotlib. Inside front cover - Green tinted photograph of Ringwood Memorial Tower captioned: Ringwood - "A Happening Community". Back cover - Green and yellow diagram of Ringwood Civic Centre Development, Stage 2. Floor Plan and description of Theatre and Functions Centre expected to be completed by early 1980.

Booklet - Official Opening - Ringwood Cultural Centre (Karralika Theatre)

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Programme booklet - Official Opening of The Ringwood Cultural Centre by His Excellency, The Honourable Sir Henry Winneke, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., O.B.E., Q.C. Governor of Victoria - Saturday 19th April 1980. Includes Ringwood Arts Festival week of entertainment to be presented in the Ringwood Cultural Centre Karralika Theatre, Saturday 19th April 1980 to Sunday 27th April 1980.

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Mayor's Welcome Message - Cr. P. Gotlib. Sculpture: "Cassini" - Created by sculptor Charles O. Perry of Norwalk, Connecticutt, U.S.A.

Booklet - City of Ringwood Report to Ratepayers 1981

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community booklet issued by City of Ringwood for 1981 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations.

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CONTENTS: (page number) Beautification and Leisure Areas 24 Building — General Information 21 Commissioners for Taking Declarations and Affidavits 15 Council Finance 11 Council Meeting Dates 5 Council Representation on various organisations 8 Councillors 6 Elections for Council 10 Emergency Telephone Numbers 51 Health -30 Home Help Service 22 Immunisation Programme 31 Infant Welfare Centres 33 Items of Interest 16 Justices of the Peace 14 Let's Be Neighbourly 20 Library — General 18 Library — Service for our Senior Citizens 23 Major Works 12 Map of municipality 26 Mayor's Message - Cr. F.J. Corr 4 Meals on Wheels 28 Members of Parliament 50 Officers of the Council 9 Proposed Leisure Centre 14 Rate Assistance 11 Rate Payments 10 Recycling Depots 49 Ringwood Cultural Centre 2 Ringwood Festival activities for 1981 29 Standing Committees of Council 5 Swimming Centre 13 Welfare and Community Services 34

Booklet - City of Ringwood - Your Information Guide 1982

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information booklet issued by City of Ringwood for 1982 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Cover photograph: A.C. Robertson Athletic Field.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) Beautification and Leisure Areas 16 Building — General Information 26 By-Laws 27 Circuit Bus — Ringwood City 54 Commissioners for taking Declarations and Affidavits 31 Council Meeting Dates 6 Council Representation 7 Councillors 4 Cultural Centre 32 Disabled Persons - Facilities 34 Elections for Council 10 Emergency Telephone Numbers 54 Festival 33 Finance — Council 12 Golf Course 30 Health Home Help Service 24 Immunisation Programme 20 Items of Interest 22 Justices of the Peace 30 Library — General 13 Library — Service for our Senior Citizens 26 Major Works Programme 14 Map of Municipality 28 Mayor's Message – Cr. N.J. Hamilton 2 Meals on Wheels 25 Members of Parliament 52 Officers of the Council 8 Property Records 10 Rates 11 Recycling Depots S3 Regulations 27 Roll — Municipal 10 Swimming Centre 21 Voting — Compulsory 10 Welfare and Community Services 35

Booklet - City of Ringwood Information Guide 1983

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information booklet issued by City of Ringwood for 1983 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Cover photograph: Ringwood Lake Reserve.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) Aged — Centre for the Frail Aged 22 Building — General Information 28 By-Laws and Regulations 27 Circuit Bus — Ringwood City 33 Commissioners for taking Declarations and Affidavits 29 Committees of Council 6 Council Meeting Dates 6 Council Officers 8 Council Representation 7 Councillors 4 Cultural Centre 36 Disabled Persons - Facilities 21 Emergency Telephone Numbers 58 Elections for Council 10 Festival 23 Finance - Council 11 Garbage Collection 58 Golf Course 37 Health 18 Home Help 25 Immunisation Programme 20 Immunisation Schedule 19 Items of Interest 32 Justices of the Peace 29 Lake — Ringwood Lake Reserve 59 Leisure Areas 16 Library — General 12 Library - Service for our Senior Citizens 26 Major Works Programme 14 Map of Municipality 30 Mayor’s Message – Cr. Pat Gotlib, J.P. 2 Meals on Wheels 24 Members of Parliament 56 Nature Strip Maintenance 34 Pensioners — Rate Assistance 11 Rates 10 Recycling of Waste 57 Roll — Municipal 10 Shuttle Bus 33 Swimming Centre 37 Voting — Compulsory 10 Welfare and Community Services 38

Booklet - City of Ringwood Official Opening Ringwood Aquatic Centre

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Official Opening Programme of Ringwood Aquatic Centre incorporating the Fred Dwerryhouse Swimming Centre by Cr. Bill Wilkins, J.P., Mayor, on Sunday 27th July, 1986. Includes colour photographs and separate double-sided A4 public information brochure advertising facilities and opening hours.

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Summary of facility development from Mayor's opening address: These pools were originally built in 1970 and the complex was named in honour of the Town Clerk of Ringwood for many years - Fred Dwerryhouse Swimming Centre. In 1980 the pools were heated and in 1985 Ringwood Council decided to enclose the main pool, install air conditioning, add a diving area, heat the main pool all year, and generally upgrade the entire complex.

Booklet - City of Ringwood 1987 Community Information Guide

Ringwood and District Historical Society, Ringwood

Community information booklet issued by City of Ringwood for 1987 - covering the facilities and activities of the Ringwood Council and other local organisations and associations. Cover photograph: Ringwood Aquatic Centre at night. Middle page photographs: (from top L-R) Putting at Golf Course, Reclaimation work Mullum Mullum Creek, Poppett Head rear of Ringwood Lake, Wattle in bloom. (Middle row) Aquatic Centre Toddlers Pool, Fern Gallery at Lake, Aquatic Centre Diving Tank, Wedding at Ringwood Lake. (Bottom row) Lawn Bowls, Bike Path, Community Garden. Also includes lift-out City of Ringwood map.

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CONTENTS: (page no.) After School Care Programme 29 Aquatic Centre 12 & 13 Building Information 19 By-Law and Traffic Regulations 21 Chief Executive Message 10 Children's Services 28 Churches 40 Civic Centre 4 Committees of Council 5 Community Plan 11 Community Services 37 - 59 Construction Work 26 Council Elections 19 Council Meeting Dates 4 Council Representatives 8 Councillors 6 & 7 Disabled Persons Facilities 43 Domiciliary Care 30 Emergency Telephone Nos. 62 Family Day Care 28 Finances 16 Garbage 36 Golf Course 23 Health 25 Home Help 31 Immunisations 24 Incinerators 20 Infant Welfare Centres 45 Joint Use Facilities 35 Knaith Road Child Care Centre 28 & 29 Local Area Traffic Management 18 Management Executive 11 Mayoral Message – Cr. Lillian Rosewarne, J.P. 3 Meals on Wheels 30 Members of Parliament 9 Parks 23 Playgroups 53 Pre-Schools 53 Rates 17 Recycling 35 & 36 Ringwood By-Pass Road 15 Ringwood Convention and Performing Arts Centre 34 Ringwood District Centre 14 Schools 52 Swimming Pool - See Aquatic Centre 12 & 13 Town Planning 19 Vandalism 27