Cessnock VIEW Club was formed in 1965.
We have our monthly luncheons and invite interesting guest speakers.
We have outings the 3rd Thursday of each month, enjoy our friendship days as well as visiting various locations in the Hunter Valley region.
We are very proud of sponsoring seven Learning for Life Students
Love promoting VIEW in our community and we are the largest ladies club in our area.
We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.
- Meeting Day on 3rd Thursday each month at 10.00am for 10.30am
- Cessnock Rugby League Supporters' Club
Kay 02 4991 3899
Mobile 0401 860 505
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2019 Cessnock VIEW Club Committee
54th Birthday Celebrations
June Lennard celebrating receiving her 50 Year Service Pin, here with Joan McNaughton cutting the cake at Cessnock VIEW’s 54th Birthday Luncheon.
2019 Birthday Celebrations and Market Stall
A successful market stall at our 54th Birthday Luncheon.
2019 Friendship Day
Cessnock VIEW Friendship Day luncheon at the Binnorie Cheese Factory in the Hunter Valley 2019.
2019 Cessnock VIEW Club Members
NB02 Blue Illusion National Shopping and Styling Day
Past National President, Gwen Wilton, and NB02 National Councillor, Jo Gray, had a wonderful day attending the Blue Illusion National Shopping and Styling day in Bowral to support The Smith Family. NB02 Clubs Kangaroo Valley, Wollondilly, Picton, Southern Highlands, Camden, Macarthur, Campbelltown and Ingleburn.Read more...
Area NB Walk with VIEW
Area NB held a Walk with VIEW on Monday 19 August at Picton Botanic Gardens where head gardener, Craig of Wollondilly Council, spoke on how to get the best out of our roses. Clubs are from NB01: Albion Park, Dapto, Fairy Meadow, Figtree, Helensburgh, Illawarra, Kiama, Shellharbour and NB02: Camden, Campbelltown, Ingleburn, Macarthur, Picton, Southern Highlands, Wollondilly.Read more...
NH01 Walk with VIEW
NH01 Zone Conference held on 28th October 2018 at Eat Your Greens Function Centre Eugowra was attended by 45 members from all clubs across the zone. The balloons in the photo represent the 22 Learning for Life students sponsored across the clubs in the zone.Read more...