THE Whitton Australian Grain Storage Sheds have been full of activity over the last couple of months with the 2020 rice harvest.
A SunRice spokesperson has advised that the Whitton site will be storing all the seed stocks from MIA growers.
The paddy will be dried over the next couple of months, then graded onsite, before being issued back to growers ahead of the planting window for the next season, commencing in October.
WHITTON-MURRAMI Public School usually host an Australia's Biggest Morning Tea every year, raising money for cancer research.
As they are unable to invite visitors to join them they will be doing it a little differently this year by offering either a plate of scones with jam and cream or a mixed plate of goodies for $5.
These can be collected from the front office or the Whitton Post Office on May 28.
Place orders as early as possible to help with catering.
ANZAC Day had Whitton residents participating in the driveway service at either dawn or 3pm, as well as leaving tributes at the Memorial Park gates.
Businesses and residents also got creative with Anzac-themed decorations.
The Whitton Bowling Club is currently closed, but The Ricebowl Hotel is open for takeaways only between noon and 8pm.
The convenience store and post office are trading as normal with social distancing and extra cleaning practices in place.
The school has been operating as per NSW government guidelines, with face-to-face learning to resume on Monday.