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Melbourne Observer - Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - Page 53


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Welcome to Wooling Hill A place to celebrate life The Barringo Valley in the foothills of the Macedon Ranges is a wonderfully picturesque backdrop to Wooling Hill Garden Estate. Wooling Hill Estate’s beautiful, tranquil gardens are a wonderful place of rest for our loved ones and those who have played a significant part in our lives and those of our family. Creating a memorial is permanent acknowledgement of a loved one's life and influence for future generations. We offer you the opportunity to choose a memorial that you feel will express the character and personality of your beloved partner or family member, the person who has passed away, and be suitably inscribed and mounted in your chosen part of our memorial gardens. Memorial Choices Creating a memorial for someone close to you is deeply personal and highly individual. Choosing a memorial is an important decision and is often made at a difficult and sensitive time, for this reason most people prefer it to be a lifelong decision. Wooling Hill offers perpetual tenure or a 25-year time option on client memorials which provides families with a choice that

suits their individual needs. Wooling Hill allows the opportunity for you to choose a memorial that expresses the character and personality of the person who has passed away. Soft Peace Scattering Scattering cremated remains symbolises freedom and peace with nature for those passed away. ● A two line entry in the "Celebrations of Life Memorial Book" ● Assistance from a Wooling Hill staff member if required Evergreen Memories A focal point to remember and reflect on a person and their life is important for friends, family, and future generations. A memorial with a personalised message in the garden of Ever Green Memories provides a tangible symbol to connect with someone no longer with you and celebrate their life forever. (Designated areas only.) Reflections of Life A flowering shrub or small bush depicts a living memory. You can dedicate one of the many flowering bushes, old fashioned

roses or small shrubs at Wooling Hill to someone special. It may be a plant that was a particular favourite of that person's or one that reflects something about their personality. Of Stone and Wood A dignified symbol of life - the past and future. Your memories may be captured by one of the many flourishing trees or rocks of granite at Wooling Hill. The Vineyard Celebrate the life of someone close with a leafy Chardonnay or Cabernet vine that bears fruit and thrives year after year. The vineyard is unique to Wooling Hill and incorporates the Vineyard garden with various memorial shrubs and roses. Tapestry of Life Create a unique memorial to remember someone special as they were in life. The Tapestry of Life offers you the opportunity to create a unique memorial, incorporating the wonderful features at Wooling Hill Memorial Garden Estate.

Brochures, Prices & Inspection All prices are available upon request. For a brochure or to arrange an informative tour, please contact one of the Wooling Hill consultants on or e-mail:

Wooling Hill Garden Estate 372 Barringo Rd, New Gisborne Vic 3438, Phone: 5426 1333

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AFL TEAM FOR TASMANIA ATTENTION: AFL COMMISSION, TAKE NOTICE Dear friends, I just created a campaign: AFL Team for Tasmania. It would mean a lot to me if you took a moment to add your name in support of this issue ● ● ● After you've signed the petition please also take a moment to share it with others. It's super easy: post it on facebook, tweet about it, or you could simply forward this email onto your friends and family. Real change happens when everyday people like you and I come together and stand up for what we believe in. Together we can reach many people and create change around this important issue. Thank you, Rex Mapley Sea Change Safety Cove

Why is this important? 1.Tasmania is a Sovereign state. It is not a national competition without Tasmania in it. 2. A generation of Tasmanians have been deprived of the pleasure of AFL, which they are passionate about. 250,000 spectators attended an AFL game in the 1960s. 3. The Australian Constitution provides equality of Trade between states.

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