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Have YOUR say! 🤩 www.hepburnshireyouthcensus.com.au  The Hepburn Shire Youth Census is a Shire-wide youth engagement activity run by Hepburn Shire Council in partnership with Youth Gurus.  It will give young people aged 10-25 a voice in what happens next to better serve young people living, working, studying or playing in our towns and communities.

Have YOUR say! 🤩 www.hepburnshireyouthcensus.com.au

The Hepburn Shire Youth Census is a Shire-wide youth engagement activity run by Hepburn Shire Council in partnership with Youth Gurus. It will give young people aged 10-25 a voice in what happens next to better serve young people living, working, studying or playing in our towns and communities.
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🎉Council last night awarded a contract for the redevelopment of the Trentham Sportsground Reserve Pavilion to Ballarat-based 4Front Construction. Works will kick off in November.🥳  President of both Trentham District Football and Netball Club Inc and Trentham and District Cricket Club Jason Shaw said “we are over the moon about getting a new pavilion. The project will transform the Trentham Sportsground into one of the most attractive venues in the region. It will enable us to go to the next level, grow and attract new players and members.”  “We can’t wait to give our supporters and members a fantastic space to watch some footy or cricket and escape the Trentham weather,” he said.  The pavilion will accommodate sports club use and broader community use for functions and events. It will include multi-purpose dividable community meeting space as well as a functional catering kitchen, canteen and bar, covered outdoor spectator area and more.  Council has been working with user groups and the community on the designs, and we look forward to seeing the completion of this long awaited and much anticipated project.  The Trentham Sports Ground Reserve Pavilion Redevelopment Project is being developed by Council in partnership with the Victorian Government. We are very grateful to Sport and Recreation Victoria who committed $2.062 million towards the project as part of the Community Sport Infrastructure Stimulus Program. Council has committed $413,000.

🎉Council last night awarded a contract for the redevelopment of the Trentham Sportsground Reserve Pavilion to Ballarat-based 4Front Construction. Works will kick off in November.🥳

President of both Trentham District Football and Netball Club Inc and Trentham and District Cricket Club Jason Shaw said “we are over the moon about getting a new pavilion. The project will transform the Trentham Sportsground into one of the most attractive venues in the region. It will enable us to go to the next level, grow and attract new players and members.”

“We can’t wait to give our supporters and members a fantastic space to watch some footy or cricket and escape the Trentham weather,” he said.

The pavilion will accommodate sports club use and broader community use for functions and events. It will include multi-purpose dividable community meeting space as well as a functional catering kitchen, canteen and bar, covered outdoor spectator area and more.

Council has been working with user groups and the community on the designs, and we look forward to seeing the completion of this long awaited and much anticipated project.

The Trentham Sports Ground Reserve Pavilion Redevelopment Project is being developed by Council in partnership with the Victorian Government. We are very grateful to Sport and Recreation Victoria who committed $2.062 million towards the project as part of the Community Sport Infrastructure Stimulus Program. Council has committed $413,000.
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Its not too late to take part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count, you can submit counts anytime this week.  The 2021 Aussie Backyard Bird Count runs until next Sunday, 24 October.  Just spend 20 minutes in your favourite outdoor space and record the birds you see during that period. You can submit your results using the app or the web form.  Register at http://ow.ly/AFj850GtzRR  or grab a flyer from our local Libraries.  In 2020 Striated Pardalotes were seen in nearly 9% of the 579 bird count surveys across the Shire.  Striated Pardalotes are more often heard than seen keep your ears peeled for a frequently repeated ‘chip!-chip!’ call.

It's not too late to take part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count, you can submit counts anytime this week.

The 2021 Aussie Backyard Bird Count runs until next Sunday, 24 October. Just spend 20 minutes in your favourite outdoor space and record the birds you see during that period. You can submit your results using the app or the web form.

Register at ow.ly/AFj850GtzRR or grab a flyer from our local Libraries.

In 2020 Striated Pardalotes were seen in nearly 9% of the 579 bird count surveys across the Shire. Striated Pardalotes are more often heard than seen keep your ears peeled for a frequently repeated ‘chip!-chip!’ call.
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