OLD-FASHIONED: (back) Liam Milliken (front) Sarah Browning, Michael and Jenny Cook, Karol Pasin and Melissa Bridge were all dressed up on Saturday to help raise funds for Granite Belt Support Services.
OLD-FASHIONED: (back) Liam Milliken (front) Sarah Browning, Michael and Jenny Cook, Karol Pasin and Melissa Bridge were all dressed up on Saturday to help raise funds for Granite Belt Support Services. Liana

Full steam ahead for GBSS new building

STANTHORPE residents did a time warp on Saturday morning and dressed up in their best old timely gear at the train station.

The walk down nostalgia lane was not just for memories sake, but to help raise funds for the Granite Belt Support Services new building and car park.

22 people from GBSS dressed up with many other locals getting into theme. From selling home baked goods and carrying collection buckets, GBSS were able to raise around $700.

To finish the new facility organisation need to raise a total of $48,500 which they have raised around half of so far. GBSS thanked everyone who has donated.

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