Hills news in brief

CWA handicraft

The Castle Hill branch of the Country Women's Association is starting a social handicraft evening once a month on March 19 at 7pm in the CWA rooms, 327 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill.

CWA member and handicraft teacher Rebecca Low will lead the sessions. There will be a craft demonstrations and people are invited to bring handicraft items and new ideas.

Details: Wendy, 9634 1996.

Well done, Kenthurst

Hawkesbury MP Ray Williams has congratulated pupils and educators at Kenthurst Public School for their successful Environmental Trust grant applications.

Kenthurst Public School will get $3500 over two years to reinvigorate their vegetable patch and create an outdoor learning environment.

"The project will leave a legacy through educational signage telling future students the conditions and seasons best for planting specific vegetables," he said.

eAdmit yourself

Norwest Private Hospital has introduced an eAdmissions system, so people can complete hospital admission forms through a secure online portal.

Register at any time on the system, which prompts patients to provide extra information based on previous answers and will explain questions when necessary.

Patients can also copy details from previous admissions.

Details: norwestprivatehospital.com.au(click on eAdmissions).

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