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Golden Plains Shire Council is delighted to announce that it will launch its first ever Twilight Market on Thursday 21 December on the corner of High and Milton Streets, Bannockburn, 4.00pm – 9.00pm.
Local volunteers are doing amazing work in the Community Planning space!
Community Planning is a program where residents come together to develop and implement Community Plans, a document of priorities and actions, to improve their own communities.
A number of recreation projects are taking shape across the Shire – from Bannockburn to Smythesdale and lots of townships in between.
Council’s Recreation team is committed to working with communities to develop recreation spaces and create opportunities that make a difference.
Golden Plains graduates of the Sons of the West men's health program, along with family and friends, have celebrated their participation in the program this week.
Golden Plains Shire Council Chief Executive Officer, Rod Nicholls, has formally announced his retirement date after 23 years in the position, with the organisation to begin the search and recruitment process for a new leader within the next few weeks.
A group of local Year 9 and 10 students are challenging themselves, leading by example and learning a range of exciting things as part of the Western Bulldogs Youth Leadership Project.
The results from the annual Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey have delivered improvements in several key areas for Golden Plains Shire Council, while flagging further room for improvement in other areas.
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