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Jenny Lewis, Tony Crowder and Sheila and Tom Jackson are thrilled to have the Kalamunda History Village back on its tracks.

History village reopens

VOLUNTEERS at Kalamunda’s History Village were thrilled to finally reopen their doors to visitors last Saturday, following five months of closure due to damages caused by a fallen tree.

Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society president Jenny Lewis thanked everyone involved in the reconstruction of the village, including repairs to buildings, cleaning and organising artefacts and clearing dangerous trees.

“Thank you so much to all our dedicated volunteers who have worked so hard to get us up and running again, and thank you to the City and their contractors for the empathetic repairs of these 100-year-old buildings,” she said.

“It is with immense pleasure we welcome back our visitors.”

For more information visit www.kalamundahistoricalsociety.com

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