Some good news and is some cause for optimism. After reading the article it is interesting to note that there is a South Australian company who have the proven capability to move the cottage a short distance in one piece, thus preserving it as built originally at very little cost to Council and ratepayers.
We are very grateful to all those that have made the effort to register their support with us and are helping to give us our strength. Our numbers have now almost reached to 700. If you had already registered, but have not as yet received a ‘thank you’ email addressed from us, a glitch may…… Continue reading Supporters Like You
Our Partners Make a Difference We are so grateful for the support of our corporate partners, who are committed to helping save the Marshall Bluestone Cottage. We with to express our deepest gratitude to Aaron Betts who designed our banner and to Colin Chapman, Col’s Nature Strips who funded the banner that stands out the…… Continue reading Thank you to our sponsors
New sign installed at the Bluestone Cottage…as the fairy tale goes, no huffing or puffing will blow this house down…
At the Marshall Bluestone Cottage Community Group Meeting, Liz Rushen, historian, researcher and author was our Guest Speaker and will shared her knowledge of John Marshall, and his brother Thomas Marshall after whom Marshall Town is named. Liz has recently published the book ‘John Marshall – Shipowner, Lloyd’s reformer and emigration agent’. https://youtu.be/J47JO8FzGwg
Surf Coast Times – December 3, 2020 by Georgina Holloway LOCAL residents are fighting to prevent an “iconic” bluestone cottage from being torn down on Barwon Heads Road. The McAteer’s Bluestone Cottage has been a prominent part of the Marshall community for over 150 years but now faces demolition to make way for a duplication…… Continue reading Bluestone cottage to go, demolition included in major road works
The focus of the community group is to work with ………