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Stanhope’s dairy win is child’s play

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March 16, 2017

Dairy Australia is encouraging those interested in nominating their town to reflect on the program’s inaugural title holder Stanhope.

WITH the search on again for Australia’s Legendairy Capital, Dairy Australia is encouraging those interested in nominating their town to reflect on the program’s inaugural title holder Stanhope.

Stanhope used the program’s funding to build a playground next to the football oval and netball courts for the whole community to enjoy.

“Stanhope’s submission perfectly captured the spirit of the town and the contribution dairy farmers make to the social fabric of the community,” Dairy Australia regional manager Jenny Wilson said.

Stanhope nominator Andrew Hipwell said being a part of the Legendairy Capital program was a truly unifying experience for Stanhope.

“We’re a very proud community here in Stanhope. We all worked together to get our nomination in and we celebrated together when the town was announced as the 2015 Legendairy Capital of Australia,” he said.

“Receiving the inaugural title was a fantastic achievement for us all. I encourage everyone across the country’s dairying regions to nominate their town in 2017. It really is a fantastic program.”

Dairy Australia is calling on people to nominate their town for the prestigious title by sharing stories about what makes their town Legendairy.

One finalist from each of the eight dairy regions will receive $2500 to invest in a community project, and one of those towns will then go on to secure the coveted title, receiving an additional grant of $7500.

Nominations are open until 5pm on April 10, 2017.

For more information, including details on how to nominate, visit http://www.legendairy.com.au/capital

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