Celebrating 40 years of support

Local Nundah charity, Muscular Dystrophy Queensland (MDQ), is celebrating its 40th year of operation.

Starting with a small group of concerned parents in 1978, the organisation has increased to provide a range of services for families living with muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular conditions.

Muscular dystrophy is a genetic muscle-wasting condition that causes progressive muscle weakness. It often causes profound physical disability and there is currently no cure. Today, the prognosis for many of the muscular dystrophies is greatly improved. In 1978 it was unimaginable that Ken (pictured below) would still be with us today.

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With the help of families, businesses and supporters, MDQ is able to continue to provide services to Queensland families and to fundraise to support families who may not be covered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Muscular Dystrophy Queensland is launching a Nundah Community Volunteer Committee and are looking for locals with a little spare time who would like to support the charity.

For more information, visit www.mdqld.org.au or call 1800 676 364 to chat with Celeste.
Muscular Dystrophy Queensland | 1149 Sandgate Road, Nundah | www.facebook.com/mdqld

Leading the way at Clayfield Jewellery

With a rich history spanning over 30 years, Clayfield Jewellery is leading the way in the latest technology in the jewellery industry.

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After moving from Clayfield to Nundah Village in 2007, owner Trevor Sim created a boutique which not only offers a wide range of jewellery pieces, but also an onsite jewellery workshop that uses the latest 3D technology.

“Our team is constantly researching and embracing the latest technologies available in the industry, including laser welding, CAD design, 3D printing, 3D scanning and x-ray for analysing precious metal,” says Trevor.

These new technologies allow the team to create clients’ pieces in the CAD and print a live 3D prototype.

“Letting the client see a 3D print of their design removes the anxiety and uncertainty of how a piece will look,” says Trevor. “In the ‘old days’ (which were not so long ago), we went straight from sketch to making the piece, relying on the communication with the client in sharing their ideas.“

“The new technology has meant that clients can have more input into creating their unique, beautiful pieces.”

Clayfield Jewellery Shop 2, Nundah Village Shopping Centre, 1193 Sandgate Road, Nundah
Ph: 3266 9555 | www.clayfieldjewellery.com.au | www.facebook.com/clayfieldjewellerystore

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The Nundah Cup celebrates its fifth year

The Nundah Cup celebrates its fifth year in 2018. So, grab your friends, co-workers and family and get ready for the festivities on Sunday, July 29.

The Nundah Cup started in 2013 as a way for residents, visitors and businesses to experience the game of croquet, and battle for The Nundah Cup champion title.

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Held at The Toombul Croquet Centre, which is celebrating its 90th year of operation in November, players enjoy champagne and lunch while competing for the champion title.

Past champions have included Go Health, Mortgage Choice Nundah Village and 1800gotjunk? Everyone is invited to participate in The Nundah Cup this year, with team and individual registrations welcomed.

Who will win The Nundah Cup champion title this year? Get your team in now, plan your fancy dress and we’ll see you in July!

Register online now at www.toombulcroquet.com/nundah-cup/ or call 0411 649 299.

The Nundah Cup | Oxenham Park, Cnr Melton Rd and York St, Nundah


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The 2017 Nundah Cup Champions: Mortgage Choice Nundah Village

When was your last check-up?

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When was your last check-up?

Even dentists have to sit in the dentist chair! Dr Marc Miller, from Nundah Village Dental, had his turn in the dental chair for his regular six monthly check and clean.

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Nundah Village Dental recommends that patients book a dental examination and professional clean twice a year. These regular checks help maintain healthy teeth and gums, maintain any existing work, and prevent any future issues.

Many dental issues don’t become visible or cause pain until they are in more advanced stages. Therefore, regular visits allow your dentist to find early signs of disease and work with you to fix the problem.

Nundah Village Dental has been caring for the community since 1981 and offers clients extended hours, with early morning, evening and weekend appointments available. New patients are always welcome.

Is it time for your six-month check and clean? Simply call Linda, Megan, Jess or Mel and they will schedule your appointment to have you smiling like Dr Marc.

Nundah Village Dental | Shop 6/1231 Sandgate Road, Nundah Ph: 3260 6200 | www.nundahdental.com.au

Urban Sketchers in Nundah

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Nundah Village enjoyed a visit from over twenty sketchers, who captured Nundah businesses and landscapes through on-location drawing.

Urban Sketchers is an international group that uses drawing to connect people around the world.

The Brisbane group meets each weekend in a different location to capture the area using a variety of mediums, including watercolour, acrylics, graphite pencil or charcoal.

Recently, the group visited Nundah Village, to sketch the local area and to hold a gallery outside Nundah Corner, which displayed recent artworks from the group.

Alan Innes, who organised the Nundah event, said that Nundah Village is an interesting location to sketch.

“Nundah Village is a lovely urban setting due to its winding sloping road, the unusual intersections and the landscape. It has a pleasant variety of old and new buildings. All in all, a good place to go sketching,” says Alan.

“I’m sure we’ll be back!”

Urban Sketchers Brisbane

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New Medical Centre in Wavell Heights

Nundah local, Dr Conor Calder-Potts, has opened a new medical centre in Wavell Heights.

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Shaw Road Medical Centre is a boutique medical centre located in the Shaw Road Shopping Village, next to the Shaw Road Pharmacy.

The clinic offers a full range of general practice services including men’s, women’s and children’s health. They also specialise in mental health and chronic disease management, but most importantly preventative healthcare.

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Dr Conor Calder-Potts, a Nundah resident, has been a doctor for almost 15 years and lives in the area with his wife and two young children, aged 3 and 6 months.

“I love the local area – being able to live and work here is great! Our family also has a couple of beagles who enjoy walks and the local dog parks in Nundah and Wavell Heights,” says Dr Calder-Potts.

“We look forward to being able to provide exceptional healthcare to the local neighbourhood for many years to come.”

Shaw Road Medical Centre is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Shop 5, Shaw Road Shopping Village, 216 Shaw Road,Wavell Heights | Ph: 3260 7525
www.shawroadmedical.com.au | www.facebook.com/shawroadmedicalcentre