Thursday, March 03, 2022

[nrhhh] Re: Flood Relief

Hi all. Neville (rabelrouser)i will be at Fay's in the morning

From: <> on behalf of Garry Euston <>
Sent: Thursday, March 3, 2022 5:01:41 PM
To: HHH email <>
Subject: [nrhhh] Re: Flood Relief
Hi Hashers,
                    Just a further update to my previous email. Simon, myself, Fay and Jeff the Lodger were able to access Fay's house today and spent around 5 hours starting the clean-up.  As you can imagine it was pretty horrific! We have made a fairly sizeable start and getting a big pile on the grass verge in front of Fay's house - there is very little retrievable

I will be back in the morning with Fay, although I have to catch the Crowley bus to work from Alstonville at 2pm to work till midnight. There is still plenty to do.

If Simon has already sent an email out - then just ignore this dribble.

On On

I will be back there with Fay in the morning
Garry Euston


From: Garry Euston
Sent: Thursday, 3 March 2022 9:27 AM
To: HHH email <>
Subject: Flood Relief
Hi Hashers,
                      As you are probably all aware, Fay's (Slur) residence in South Lismore was completely inundated in the floods this week. She and her lodger Jeff (and Ellie) had to be rescued as they were in a life-threatening situation. Thankfully all are well - Fay is currently being hosted by us and Jeff is being hosted by Simon and Dale. Our hearts go out to Miss Vogue (Peta) as well as her home in College Street was completely inundated as well.

Though the situation is constantly developing - and there are no timelines - Simon is hoping to get to Fay's place today to see if he can retrieve some important items if possible. I am hoping to get to Fay's place on the weekend to assist in the clean-up. If you can assist in any way - whether it be physically or emotionally for Slur and Peta - it would be greatly appreciated if there is any opportunity to assist. If you contact me or Ali (via email) we should be able to update the situation. I may be at work in the next couple of days in Ballina (which I have not been able to access) as aged care workers have been doing double and triple shifts and need some relief.

I totally understand that some of our Hashers have been severely affected by the flooding and our hearts go out to you.

Stay Safe

Impulse and Aunty Lush

Garry Euston


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