UNCERTAIN... Harvest Corner and Minlaton Progress Association representatives Margo Treloar, Bruce Cook, Lachlan Treloar and Deb Anderson discuss the option of the two organisations working together to secure the future of the centre. UNCERTAIN... Harvest Corner and Minlaton Progress Association representatives Margo Treloar, Bruce Cook, Lachlan Treloar and Deb Anderson discuss the option of the two organisations working together to secure the future of the centre.

Harvest Corner facing uncertain future

THE future operation of Minlaton’s Harvest Cor­ner is under the microscope after Yorke Penin­sula Council decided to remove its Accredited Vis­i­tor Information Centre and staff from the site.

“We re-assure people Harvest Corner isn’t going to close, and we are now working closely with the Minlaton Progress Association to plan a way forward,” treasurer Deb Anderson said.

“Basically, we are back to where we started in 1995, and that is a craft and visitor information outlet run entirely by volunteers with no paid staff. 

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