The Church & Hall Owners, Garry & Nicole Graham

Garry and Nicole Graham purchased The Church in November 2014 after holidaying in Tasmania and falling in love with not only The Church but Tasmania as a whole.

Prior to this they both lived in NSW. Garry grew up in the country and enjoyed staying on his Grandparent's dairy farm and later helping on his father's cattle property. Nicole grew up in the suburbs of Sydney.

Garry left school to take up an apprenticeship as a motor mechanic and work at the local dealership. After several years he purchased his own mechanical repair business, which was to go on to be independently judged as the "Mechanical Repair Business of The Year" of all NSW, which was a great achievement as he was competing statewide against major dealerships and workshops.

He also won several other business awards including Customer Care Service Excellence. He sold this successful business to move to Tasmania.

Garry was in the NSW Fire & Rescue for 17 years, where he obtained the rank of Deputy Captain. He has extensive experience in dealing with fires, rescues, motor vehicle accidents, roping, emergency management and associated equipment.

Since moving to Campbell Town Garry has been lucky to obtain several jobs whilst planning was underway. He had a thriving property maintenance business. He also drove the local school bus and was a lifeguard at the Campbell Town pool.

Garry is a life time member and committee member for the Campbell Town Show.

When Nicole left school she worked as a Travel Consultant before joining the NSW Police Force. She remained in the Police Force for 13 years where she was a Peer Support Officer, Field Training Office, Regional Training CoOrdinator and Supervising Sergeant and specialised in taking child abuse and sexual assaults.

Nicole left the Police Force suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). She is now very well and has been a mental health advocate and Speaker for Beyond Blue for the past 6 years. She speaks at major events, fundraisers, workplaces or anywhere Beyond Blue request her to attend.

When Nicole left the Police Force she opened a Cafe in the NSW Police Academy in Sydney and managed that for 3 years. She then commenced another business of Emergency ID Australia. Emergency ID Australia is an online business providing medical jewellery and emergency identification products, both nationally and internationally.

Nicole and Emergency ID Australia have won numerous business awards, including Business Woman of The Year, Excellence in Innovation, Excellence in Business Ethics and Customer Care Service Excellence.

Nicole was also the President of the Board of AUSBUY (Australian Companies Institute) and was Deputy Chairperson of the Northern Midlands Tourism Region. See Linkedin profile here.

Garry and Nicole are both very passionate about supporting LOCAL business, charities, organisations and people. They hope that by opening The Church it will not only provide a great venue for locals and tourists, but will create local jobs, support other local businesses and give Campbell Town another great attraction.

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 We are a family business
 Garry when we first purchased The Church
 Nicole and Jack inside The Church when it was first purchased

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