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Noticeboard: List of flood help offered or wanted here

Houses along the riverbank of the Clarence River in Grafton. Photo: JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner
Houses along the riverbank of the Clarence River in Grafton. Photo: JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner Jojo Newby

THE Daily Examiner has created a page for you to list flood help offered or wanted.

The first couple of notices are listed below.

Readers are asked to post future notices to our noticeboard, here.

Website users are advised that they must not use the site directly or indirectly for any activity which breaches any laws, infringes a third party's rights, is unlawful, or breaches the terms and conditions.

Full terms and conditions regarding use of this website, including the noticeboard, are here.

Items needed

COPMANHURST residents were hit hard in last week's flood, with at least four families having lost their homes, stock, dogs, clothes, furniture and personal belongings.

The General Store in Copmanhurst is trying to get as much community support as possible to help out these families.

If you have any furniture, clothing, food, appliances etc that you no longer need or would like to donate, please either call Mel or Tony at the Copmanhurst General Store on 6647 3133 or Sue Hughes on 0401 862 202 or simply take a drive to Copmanhurst to drop off the donations.

Clarence Valley Troopers

GRAFTON'S Fran Munce has turned to social media, creating a Facebook group, Clarence Valley Troopers, to speed up getting help to people recovering from the flood in 2013.

Click here for further information

Free pressure cleaning

NORTH Coast Pressure Cleaning and Property Maintenance is offering a free pressure cleaning service for flood affected residents.

Phone Michael O'Brien on 0499 042 886 if you're a genuine flood victim.



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