Mollymook News

by Ken Banks

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Uptown Patisserie, Princes Highway, Ulladulla

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Uptown Patisserie,

Princes Highway, Ulladulla.

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Summary

Great coffee accompanied by a large choice of patisseries.

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Opening hours:

Monday to Saturdays from 8.00 am .

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Host:

Tanya Michels.

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Details

phone: 4455 1666  

Facebook: Uptown patisserie

 

Stefano Vinetti at ‘The Coffee Guild’ Milton NSW

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Coffee Guild Milton

Barista coffee

Religious About Coffee? A common question many coffee lovers are left pondering when craving for a good coffee. Where do you go? In Milton your first stop must be Stefano Vinetti at the “The Coffee Guild”.

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The Coffee Guild

“I decided on The Coffee Guild as the name for my shop as it is much different to other shops in the area,” “People will be proud to say they are going to The Guild.”

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Location

Next door to Coast Real Estate, Princes Highway, Milton.

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Details

Open daily except Tuesday’s.

phone: 02 4454 5143 or Website: Coffee Guild

Roberto’s Deli Milton NSW

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Roberto’s Deli Milton NSW

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Deli selections

Award winning coffee!!! Homemade meals, continental small-goods, gourmet condiments, handmade Italian small-goods, olives and tomato sauces from our friends at Porter’s Produce

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Cheeses

Italian cheeses, French cheeses, beautiful Bodalla milk & cheeses, Irish Cashel cheese and English Stilton.

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Organic Produce

Organic produce – fruit & vegetables, Parker’s organic Juices, Yalla products and fair trade coffee.

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Details

85 Princes Hwy, Milton.  Phone: 4454 4662 or Website: Roberto’s Deli Milton

Recharge the mind, body, and soul. Swimmer profile – Raymond A.

The Mollymook Ocean Swimmers are a motley group of people from all walks of life who have been drawn together by a common interest = ocean swimming. As you “peel back the layers over a period of time” (Anne-Maree) you begin to see the unique individual characteristics that make up this “Motley” crew.

Today we share a snapshot into the life of that man with so many talents, Ray A.

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Raymond, that’s only No 1

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Raymond, that’s fifty, have a breather.

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Hidden at the far end of Mollymook Beach, following a one km ocean swim and just after sunrise is fitness guru Ray A. In this picturesque location he seeks to rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. He begins with exercises designed to streamline the tummy. If the tummy is taunt his mind will be at peace. And if his mind is at peace his soul will have a much better chance of going to heaven.

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Mollymook beach is a haven for early morning fitness conscious people doing either: Boot camp, Triathlon training, Iron-man routines, swimming, running &/or walking, all programs designed to alleviate stress and maintain optimum health through exercise and fun activities.

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Ray shares his time between Mollymook / Milton and Sydney. His fitness regime continues in Sydney where his is a lead instructor at the Tattersalls Club, Sydney’s premier business and sporting club, located on Elizabeth Street, opposite Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD.

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Being a lead instructor, Ray had learned his trade having served under fitness guru George Daldry of City Tatts for many, many years. George had been the youngest internee at Changi then Naoetsu on the island of Honshu, Japan and returned home with a steely resolve to strengthen both mind and body to ward off the demons of his incarceration. The fitness circuit he devised brought forth clients of an extraordinarily diverse mix. Lyndon Johnson (then vice – president), Kerry Packer, Jimmy Carruthers, Lew Hoad, Simon Poidevin, Raper, Fulton, Coote , Langlands etc.

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George’s greatest achievement (apart from training Ray) was to steer the Australian rowing eight to silver at Mexico in 1968 via his spartan punishing training technique. Running hills hand in hand, piggybacking up stairwells, utilising medicine balls and wooden planks, were his innovations designed to whip both body and mind.

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Certainly the thrice weekly and Sunday Centennial Park harrier runs conditioned Ray for marathons, biathlons and most definitely the Hawkesbury 110km paddling classic. Consequently, the sit up and push up routine (in images above) are an instinctive and habitual part of George Daldrys’ indoctrination!

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“A Trip Down Memory Lane”, courtesy of Graeme W.

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After reading the special feature, titled “A Trip Down Memory Lane” in his favourite Sunday Telegraph newspaper, Graeme W. was inspired to do something similar for the Mollymook ocean swimmers. Few photo’s existed in those early years, so Graeme dug out some old clippings to provide a glimpse of that early period. (June B. gave the above photo taken mid-week in winter to the 3 ladies. They later referred to her as the “mystery woman”. NOTE: No wet suits)

 

Mollymook News recruits young photographer

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Artistic flair

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Water ballet (A man of many talents)

Forward thinking young photographer takes the reins at Mollymook Beach.

Re-known local Margy R. brings imagination and flair to the pages of Mollymook News with innovative images never before taken among the ocean swimmers.

The Chambers – Milton NSW. Official opening Oct 4, 2014

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Opening Celebrations

 

The Chambers – Milton NSW.

After purchasing the old Mellick’s building in Milton back in 2003, developers Grant and Valarie Morrow finally realized their dream with the official opening on Saturday October 4, 2014 of their new shopping complex, named ‘The Chambers’.

The complex, with shops fronting the Princes Highway and Wason Street Milton, include: Akwa Surf, Driftwood Cafe, Splatters art and craft supplies, The Harvest Wine and Tapas Bar, Salt of the Earth Living, Multiculture, Something Brewing, Interior Concepts and designs, Cashmere Essentials, Stephanie Burns Fine Art and Studio. (Read the history of the former Mellick’s Chambers)