Picton Office Opening

NRCC Head Office Picton Official opening 22 November 1956 by Mr J Renshaw Local Government Minister.
(Photo courtesy Mitchell Library)
1957 AccountNRCC a/c May 1957. (Photo supplied by Yvonne daughter of Reg Gale)

In 1957 accounts were issued on the last working day of the month with a discount due date at the end of the following month.

This account has a discount date of 28 June 1957 which was deducted if the account was paid by that date. The discount of 1d (penny) for each of the primary( 30) and tertiary usage (100) was 130d or 10s 10d.

This customer has a credit arrears of 13 shillings from a previous account . The service number (2701) shown on the account together with the meter number was used to identify the premises. Service numbers were used until after 1979.
ID Cards

Identification cards for 1977-1980. The 1980 one is unique as NRCC finished in 1979.

Cards were usually issued to staff who had external contact with the public.
The County Clerk signed and authorized them and a signature of the person was also included.
NRCC last meeting 1979 Final meeting of NRCC Board and Senior Officers. Monday December 17 1979.
(Photo courtesy Mrs L Phillips, daughter of Frank McKay)

L-R. C Tregear (Campbelltown), Jim Pinkerton (Deputy Chief Electrical Engineer), Noel Riordan (Chief Electrical Engineer), Bob Lindsay (County Clerk), Liz Kernohan (Camden), David Funnell (Camden), Graeme Bush (Camden), Frank McKay(Chairman seated ,Wollondilly), Peter Webeck (Wollondilly), Eric Mills (Deputy County Clerk), Roy Middleton B.E.M (Wollondilly), Peter Bernard, (Campbelltown), Guy Thomas (Campbelltown)

NRCC Silver Jubilee Trot Trophy 1979 25th Anniversary Celebrations:

Among the celebrations in 1979 was sponsorships to each of the four local show societies: Picton, Camden, Campbelltown and Minto.
At the Picton Show in late March trotting events were a highlight of the show. Five starters contested the NRCC Silver Jubilee Trot on Saturday 24th March, sponsored by NRCC and run over 1600 metres for class 28 horses.
Trunkey Royale driven by Owen Glendenning of Luddenham was the winner, La Ann (N Stafford) was second with Bogan Hanover (Wayne Barrett) in third. Chairman Frank McKay presented the winning owner/driver with a splendid silver plate trophy and $100 first prize ($50 for second and $30 for third)

The silver plate trophy is shown with permission of Mark Glendenning, son of Owen Glendenning

NRCC Pole Harness

NRCC Pole Harness