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Council is very pleased to announce the Bannockburn Men’s Shed is up and running, with the Certificate of Compliance provided to Council and lease agreements signed by all parties.
On Saturday 13 October, the Bannockburn Bush parkrun held its one year anniversary event, where close to 150 people either ran, volunteered, jogged, walked the course, or cheered the participants on. 14 of the participants were first-time attendees and 21 recorded new personal bests!
On Thursday 18 October, Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney announced a $250,000 Community Sports Infrastructure Fund grant to deliver the Bannockburn & District Bowls Club Greens Upgrade.
Natural gas has arrived in Bannockburn. To celebrate, AusNet Services invites local residents to cosy up with a chance to win a free gas fireplace, valued at $4,000. They’re also offering generous rebates on gas appliances.
Earlier in October, Golden Plains Shire Council’s Youth Development team hosted an excursion to Blazing Saddles in Airey’s Inlet, where a group of young residents from Golden Plains participated in a 90-minute trail ride through picturesque bushland.
Golden Plains Shire Council has been successful in its application for $250,000 in State Government funding for the Inverleigh Netball Court Upgrade project.
As part of Victorian Seniors Festival 2018, residents are invited to join a conversation about planning for death. It’s not a topic that is easily discussed, but it’s nevertheless an important one.
The Arborists report has indicated that the Inverleigh residents are loving their trees, but sometimes to their detriment, are parking under them, which is threatening the health and stability of the trees.