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Get set for a sensational event

26 May 2015

The old adage – 'it's not what you know, but who you know' – still rings true. The AGL Nyngan Ag Expo is a great opportunity to forge relationships with others in similar industries.

"We strive to make sure that the show outperforms itself every year," said Rod Dewhurst, Chairperson of the Nyngan Ag Expo. "We want to create a gathering place for the latest technologies and education for the agricultural industry and the attendance numbers affirm our place as one of the most important agricultural events in the western area.”

“The AGL Nyngan Ag Expo offers visitors an exceptional experience. From gourmet food and retail bargains to machinery, get set for a sensational event.” He said.

 Experience our Food and Wine Marquee sponsored by Aussie Country Catering; with our locally renowned entertainer Royden, who will be entertaining the masses as they enjoy their lunch and a glass of wine from local and regional providers. Royden is sponsored by the Nyngan RSL, Nyngan Newsagency and Glen Smith Shearing Contractor.

 

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2013 Chairmans Report

19 March 2014

2013 Chairmans Report

Firstly let me congratulate the committee as a whole, for the fantastic effort that each and every one has put into the 2013 AGL Ag Expo making it the most successful since inception. All comments that I have received have been positive from both members of the public and exhibitors.

A big thank you goes to Robyn for her tireless effort that she puts into Expo every year, thanks to Lach Wallis as our Site Manager for his first year, gave considerable thought  and made successful changes to the layout of exhibitor sites.

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Volunteer reaps reward of hard work

1 August 2013

Volunteer reaps reward of hard work

From the humble beginnings of the Nyngan Ag Expo, one local volunteer went out of her way to provide the best food to those who came to the Showground

Proud Nyngan resident Dianna Hughes was recently awarded a certificate of appreciation for her 21 years of service to the Nyngan Ag Expo.

Mrs Hughes said she was humbled and surprised by the recognition. “It doesn’t feel like 21 years, it feels like yesterday because it’s been a pleasure doing it,” she said.

“There’s never been boring moments... some were nerve-wracking. The stress times are when

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