New arrivals are made welcome

MORE than 50 new families to Coffs Harbour were made welcome at a new residents' social gathering at the Pet Porpoise Pool on Wednesday evening.

The event saw families from all over the world including England, South Africa, Canada and Holland mixing and talking about their new home.

The fifth event of its kind in as many years was organised by Coffs Harbour City Council in conjunction with the Coffs Coast Advocate, BCU and the Employment Training Centre.



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