The castle proved to be so successful no other games were found necessary. A two horse buggy loaned by the Singleton Historical Society,caused intense interest and was originally owned by Abraham Andrews the son of William Andrews of ?Durham Park? Singleton. The buggy was presented to the Society by the Andrews Family and is displayed at the Museum in Singleton.
Bill Shearer of Sandgate Queensland made a surprise gift of a fully restored and working Edison Gramophone to the Historical Society and it was presented by Peter Andrews on behalf of Bill to representatives of the Society,Dot Clayworth and Carol Garvie. The presentation was in remembrance of Bill Shearer?s Grandmother Eliza Shearer (nee Andrews) ,the daughter of Abraham and Sarah Andrews.
Many letters of appreciation were received by the organising committee from family members and I believe a great day was had by all. It would be remiss of me if I did not mention those who helped to make the day the success it was. Firstly the wives of the organising committee, Peter Andrews? wife Sylvia, Roy Andrews? wife Johanna and Brian Andrews? wife Jan, who put up with their husbands and did so much work behind the scenes and before the day of the reunion and on the day.
Other people who gave of their time so freely on the day were, Janice Cracknell, Peggy Richards,Bill and Nita Halliday,Harold and Suzanne Richardson, Kevin Andrews, John,Paul & Stephen Andrews, Leigh & Kelly Andrews, Cathy and Jenny Andrews,Carol Garvie,the two video cameramen,Phil Lamont and Michael Robinson, and the Northern Agricultural Association for the use of the showground,coupled with the caretaker Jim Bates who attended to our every request of assistance. One family member who wished to remain anonymous assisted financially with the conduct of the reunion and the organising committee offers sincere thanks