By Georgia Holland
Betty the mobile house will be in Cooma in 2 weeks to educate locals about asbestos.
Betty is a purpose built mobile model house, designed to demonstrate where asbestos may be found in the home, if built prior to 1987.
From the outside, the home resembles a typical fibro dwelling, however when opened up, there is extensive audio and visual information.
The house will be located in Centennial park, where fully trained volunteers will educate locals and be on hand to answer any questions.
The house will be open on Friday the 28th of April, where they will hold two sessions.
8am till 10am will primarily be for tradespeople and 12pm till 3pm will primarily be for school children.
However, the public is also welcome to visit.