An open fire, high quality wines and tasty curry cooked up by Silas Masih from Pepper and Salt Restaurant made for a cosy night of networking at Forest Hill Cellar door at the May Business After Hours.

Forest Hill Wines Cellar Door manager Pete Dingey welcomes the opportunity to develop partnerships with local tourism and accommodation businesses. Contact Pete if you are interested in holding events in the cellar door, or would like welcome bottles of wines for guests, private wine tastings or have other collaborative suggestions. Forest Hill Wines has a long history and dates back to the 1950’s. It was one of the first cool climate vineyards in Western Australia.

Forest Hill Wines works closely with Pepper and Salt and Chef Silas Masih spoke of the importance of connecting with other small businesses. To share food and drink and to talk about ideas and how we can move forward together is something he values and sees happening more in our town. He praised the efforts of Shire CEO Bill Parker and spoke positively about the future of Denmark.

Co-hosts Great Southern Grammar welcomed the opportunity to travel to Denmark. Their 725 students include 30 students from Denmark and 8 from Walpole. Great Southern Grammar has a 20 year history of providing quality education and meeting the needs of their individual students. Situated on 100 acres of land they are completely independent.

This year they are finalists in the Australian Education Awards for best regional school. We wish them the best of luck when the winners are announced in August.

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Mark Sawle with prize winners Bev McGuiness and Sumer Addy

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Silas Masih cooking up a delicious curry

Mark Sawle, Emma Franklin, Andrew Orr and Jesz Fleming

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