Share your family story for 17. Mallacoota History

Yallourn Publican (Bonus Episode)


Event Details

This event is running from 1 November 2020 until 1 November 2030. It is next occurring on November 1, 2020 9:00 pm


We’re obsessed with Yallourn as a result we have decided to create an audiobook. Yallourn Publican will be one of the chapters. Research is occurring and when it is closer to completion we will have more information here. If you want to support our work and enhance your listening experience you can join us at Patreon.
There will be a live reading for VIP Patrons with interactive potential. Their input will also be valued and may make it into the episode. A date will be set for this, and patrons will be notified by email.

<h2>You can leave your story via spoken word or written word.</h2>
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The date listed below is the expected publication date on podcast platforms and will be available here in this link.

If you’d like to listen to our previous history stories and how we have told other families stories.

I prefer to call my history episodes, people of [insert town name] because the people make the town. Historically this focuses on the influential people, the buildings, essential dates in history, but not so much about the everyday people who changed the pans – supporting the health and safety of the community. The woman who advocated for coal capture in power stations to stop the constant stream of black snow falling on them—the people who lived good lives of civic duty without getting awards or accolades for their participation.
Of course, the powerful are there, and it makes sense to add their part when it comes up. The times and the other historical things impacted the communities but the most important aspect, I hope I show is that the people make the town.

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This post was written by Tegan Dawson