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Bannockburn residents can now enjoy the benefits of natural gas following the completion of AusNet Service’s local gas network project, with thanks to Victorian Government’s Energy for the Regions program.
The Eureka Cycling Club is calling all junior female cyclists aged 15-18 years in the Central Highlands region (of which Golden Plains Shire is a part). The Club has a $500 grant available for a rising young female cycling star.
The City of Greater Geelong has been working to develop the proposed Northern ARC Health and Wellbeing Hub in conjunction with community groups and service providers. Design works are underway and they now ask that those interested view the proposed plans and provide feedback.
‘Pick my Project’ voting is now live, which means Victorians can vote on their favourite projects, with 13 innovative Golden Plains Shire projects put forward by residents, community groups and organisations.
Councillors, Senior Managers and Health and Wellbeing Officers took to the Bannockburn Plaza to staff a pop-up conversation post on Wednesday 1 August.
The Golden Plains Youth Committee, made up of local young people with a passion to enhance our communities, is keen to see the Youth Lounge in Bannockburn revamped to better meet the needs of local youth.
We are pleased to report that 11 families are participating in the Circle of Security program in Smythesdale, run by Council, in collaboration with CentaCare Ballarat.
Council supported National Tree Day on 29 July by providing plants and tree guards to keen locals at two public reserve sites.
600 trees and shrubs were planted by the Batesford, Fyansford, Stonehaven Landcare Group, Grovedale Scouts and locals at Red Gum Reserve in Batesford.