The week that was around the region – March 10 | Photos Lynn Rayner@lynn_rayner110 Mar 2017, 10:26 a.m. Take a look at some of the best photos from around the region this week. The week that was around the region – March 10 | Photos MUDGEE: Parklands Resort's Jason Cooley, Mitchell Gunn, Kellie Gant, and Lachlan Willis, replicate the Beatles' famous Abbey Road album cover in anticipation of the upcoming Beatlemania on Tour show.DUBBO: Alicia Horton, from Bathurst, with Luke Griffiths, take a break from fencing repairs at a Dunedoo property last week. Alicia, along with her dad, Chris Horton, travelled from Bathurst to help fire-affected families.FORBES: Fiona Dooley introduces daughters Maggie and Sadie to ‘Elsa’ the calf at the St Laurence’s petting zooORANGE: Volunteers scoured Orange for rubbish on Sunday with Sam O'Halloran finding a car off Amaroo Road, Borenore during Clean Up Australia Day. Photo: BERNIE DUFFY YOUNG: Helping Young locals quit smoking are Kerryn Bishop and Tracey Oakman. Photo: Craig Thomson.BLAYNEY: Inner Wheel's journey: Pat Groves, Mavis Parker, Sue Reynolds and club president Elizabeth Tooke on their adventure to Stuart Town late last year. BATHURST: Bathurst firefighters Anthony Baillie, Mal Bird, Tim Goodlet and Ben Bignell are encouraging home owners to make sure their street address number is clearly visible and easy to read, both day and night, in case an emergency situation arises.CANOWINDRA: 2016 Canowindra Showgirl Meg Austin with fellow Zone 6 Finalists Francesca Scutella from Grenfell and Mikaela Dart from Peak Hill. Photo by Lizz Dobson. OBERON: Councillor Clive McCarthy, Member for Bathurst Paul Toole, mayor Kathy Sajowitz and planning and development director Gary Wallace talk about the impact of trucks on the local road network. NARROMINE: "The crux of it is you can’t grow it the same way as you grow a furrow irrigated cotton crop. You have to treat them as two entirely different crops," Muntham's Tom Quigley said. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.BATHURST: Dr Graham Pulley, Halle Bright, Valentina Burrow, Harry White and Trish Hyland were part of the Young Meets Old event at Scallywags Child Care Centre. Photo: NADINE MORTONGRENFELL: Coral White, Pat & Peter Soley, Wayne Lavers and Bruce Simpson doing their part during the Grenfell Clean UP Australia Day.NYNGAN: Colleen Smith and Val Keighran and the Uniting Church Seniors' Week morning tea. Photo: Abigalil McLaughlin YOUNG: Magistrate Dare S.C. jailed a local man for posing as an undercover AFP officer. Photo: Rebecca Hewson. PARKES: Ivy O'Donoghue presents her great grandmother Anne Smith with a cup of tea during Senior's WEek at Parkes Library. DUBBO: Trish Taylor and Susie Hill are just two of many amazing women making a difference in Dubbo. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE PARKES: Anita Jones, midwife Susan Pearce and midwife Tanya Bayliss with Dr John Gale, holding the last baby he delivered at the Parkes Hospital, Milton Jones. Dr Gale will retire after 40 years with NSW Health. MUDGEE: Olivia Gill from Alexander Downs feedlot. The Gill family are supporting the Sir Ivan Bushfire Appeal.ORANGE: Orange Regional Musuem's Jess Dowdle with the restored Cobb & Co carriage which will be part of a public lecture on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGHDUBBO: Miranda Rowlands, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Dubbo Zoo officer Natasha Timpano and Sandy Bornby, Eumungerie at the Seniors Week Zoo event. Photo: Paige WilliamsBATHURST: Can Assist treasurer Wendy Woods and president Genevieve Croaker with Perthville Odd Jobs Team members Mark Ryan, Trevor Halliday and Brian Cowan and Reverend Bob Smith from the Bathurst Christian Education Council. At the back are members of the Perthville Uniting Church congregation, including their new minister, Reverend Claire Wright. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKLITHGOW: Candidates Col Hunter, Peter Lee and Rod Gurney at the draw for the ballot paper for the Lithgow City Council by-election. Photo: HOSEA LUY ORANGE: Physiotherapist Kerstin McPherson with Kim Gallagher, who helped in the demonstration of the testing for pelvic organ prolapse. Photo: EMILY BENNETTMUDGEE: Margaret Dunnachie will be doing her fifth straight World's Greatest Shave next Saturday at Cheveux Studio.BATHURST: Some of the Sofala Public School students decorating their cupcake creations, during cooking class, as part of the Pink Stumps Day in the town on March 3. Photo: SUPPLIEDLITHGOW: Lithgow Learning Centre Library treated locals to a delicious lunch to celebrate International Women's Day on Wednesday, March 8.ORANGE: Former Orange City Council candidate Gail Copping has encouraged women to have a go. Photo: JUDE KEOGHPARKES: Parkes Christian School students (from left) Ethan Peters, Mitchell Day, Nicholas Strudwick, Madelynne Capple, Elly Collins and Michelle Mulligan are hoping their self-built glider will go the distance at the Moomba Birdman Rally in Melbourne. DUBBO: Holly Taylor and Jessica Willmott spoke about their experiences walking the Kokda Trail at an International Women's Day luncheon at the Dubbo RSL on Thursday. Photo: Paige Williams LITHGOW: Cheryl Hamilton with her daughter, singer-songwriter Kell Hamilton, and Annette Geddes enjoy some lunch after Kell's performance at the Be Bold for Change International Women's Day celebration in Lithgow.ORANGE: Torulosa Way resident John Da Rin believes landholders should be held responsible if property becomes a fire hazard. Photo: JUDE KEOGHBATHURST: Bathurst Community Op Shop's Lavina Ross and Kathy McDiarmid with some of the giveaway items. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK ORANGE: Torulosa Way resident John Da Rin believes landholders should be held responsible if property becomes a fire hazard. Photo: JUDE KEOGH FORBES: Tom Maslin, Scarlett Garland and their bus driver Dorsey Uphill are braving the razor on Monday to raise funds for the Leukaemia Foundation.DUBBO: Former Dubbo High School students Margaret Samuels and Ruby Riach are looking forward to the Centenary of Public High School Education in Dubbo celebrations.COWRA: Tess and Amanda Christie take part in one of the horse riding events at the Koorawatha Show. Photo: LIZZ DOBSONORANGE: Delia Davis, Melissa Macdouall, Leena Delaney, Tiffany Atkinson and Jan Barby are laying the foundation for greater female interest in the trades industry. Photos: JUDE KEOGHTweetFacebook of ╳exitTake a look at some of the best photos from around the region this week.