Daily Mercury Journalist Aidan Cureton. Picture: Tony Martin
Daily Mercury Journalist Aidan Cureton. Picture: Tony Martin

MY TOWN: Walkerston, it’s your turn

WALKERSTON has a sense of community that reminds its residents it's the kind of place where everyone knows everyone.

It’s a small but passionate community, and one where Daily Mercury reporter Aidan Cureton was born and raised.

So with Walkerston to be visited by My Town tomorrow, having a local meet the locals was logical.

Aidan will be at Social Fresh and Local on Creek St – next to Woolworths – from 10am until 1pm.

My Town and the Daily Mercury is heading to Walkerston.
My Town and the Daily Mercury is heading to Walkerston.

Drop by and say hello to Aidan or drop him an email at aidan.cureton@dailymercury.com.au if you can’t make it in person.

Aidan will give you a call.

My Town, by the Daily Mercury, will next week head to Middlemount and Dysart for a special election edition, with Zizi Averill heading west. She will be at Hot Rocks and Pizza in Middlemount on Friday, March 27, before heading to Dysart the next day, setting up at the Jolly Collier Hotel Motel.

And if you would like My Town to visit your area, drop me an email at rae.wilson@dailymercury.com.au


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