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Trundle ABBA Festival returns for the first time in four years, expect it to be big

Christine Little
Updated October 11 2023 - 12:28pm, first published October 10 2023 - 8:20pm
Created by Joel Adler Studio, this kinetic artwork of a big disco ball is designed to be played with and danced next to, and will be making an appearance at the Trundle ABBA Festival.
Created by Joel Adler Studio, this kinetic artwork of a big disco ball is designed to be played with and danced next to, and will be making an appearance at the Trundle ABBA Festival.

Big things are coming to the Trundle ABBA Festival that takes place this Saturday for the first time in four years.

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Christine Little

Christine Little

Parkes Champion Post editor

I love sharing people's stories, particularly local stories that are special and important to the people of Parkes. If there is one thing I have learnt in my 10 years of community journalism, it's that stories are everywhere. All it takes is a good story teller to make it worth reading. Email: christine.little@parkeschampionpost.com.au