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Chinnock, Wilma

Occupation
Teacher

Summary

Wilma Chinnock is a well known local activist who represented the ALP in the 2003 New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Bega.

Details

Wilma Chinnock graduated from the University of New South Wales, winning prizes in Pure and Applied Mathematics. She taught at Bega High School for 11 years and at the time of her campaign, she was Head of Mathematics at the Bega Valley Christian College.

Wilma has been actively involved with local issues, such as the Pambula Bridge, the redevelopment of Bega High School, a permanent site for the Runnyford Bush Fire Brigade and the establishment of nursing courses at the Bega Access Centre.

Wilma and her husband Greg have four adult children.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/33983/20030320/203.17.55.5 (accessed 5 June 2005); http://www.emilyslist.org.au/news/editorial.asp?id=163 (accessed 11 July 2005).

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