ONE MORE TIME: Is this the last hurrah for Horseshoe Creek Hall?
ONE MORE TIME: Is this the last hurrah for Horseshoe Creek Hall? Susanna Freymark

Is this the last hurrah for Horseshoe Creek Hall?

A SIGN on the Horseshoe Creek Hall reads - The Last? Hurrah.

What does the question mark mean?

Kyogle Council acting general manager Graham Kennett said the hall will be demolished and the council is supporting the Last Hurrah with signage and not charging for use of the hall's final event, organised by Howlin' Yowies.

Part of the tender process for the new Kyogle Historical Museum is for the demolition of both Horseshoe Creek and Cedar Point halls.

The successful tender will include ways to re-use materials from the halls in the new museum.

Awarding a tender is the last thing the council has to do in the process, Mr Kennett said.

The band Howlin' Yowies put up The Last Hurrah Facebook page and set Sunday, March 5, as the final celebration.

Horseshoe Creek Hall.
Horseshoe Creek Hall. Susanna Freymark

Band member Shane Runpiman said they were working with the council, historical society, Landcare and CWA evening branch to celebrate the hall.

"We want to raise awareness of using our halls and bring other halls up to standard,” Mr Runpiman said.



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