Supporting local athletes

April 28, 2023Posted in: Community, News
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Two boys in soccer uniform standing next to water refill station on sunny day

Exeter Soccer Club knows that one of the simplest and cheapest ways an athlete can enhance their performance is to properly hydrate. That’s why they applied for $6,000 in grant funding through Council’s 2022/23 Community Assistance Scheme to install a water refill station at Exeter Oval. With additional funding secured through Veolia Mulwaree Trust, the...

Community Circles Wingecarribee gets underway

April 27, 2023Posted in: Community

People sitting around fire pit in rural setting at dusk

New in town? Feeling left out and disconnected? Or would you just like to build a supportive local network?  Find endless possibilities for making meaningful connections through Community Circles Wingecarribee. Check the daily Facebook feed for circles near you, from catching up for a few laughs pub-singing, to finding solace at a Death Café. Local...

Climate Disasters and your Health

April 27, 2023Posted in: News

Lady talking to audience in microphone

Interested in climate change and its impacts on health and wellbeing? Come to a FREE workshop in Moss Vale on Thursday 4 May to learn about climate change’s health impacts and how to prepare for emergencies. Designed for the general community, local service providers and health professionals the forum, presented by South Western Sydney Local...

Better walks in Balmoral Village

April 21, 2023Posted in: News, Roads and Assets

2D map of work zone

Council will be constructing a new 1.2 metre-wide concrete footpath through Balmoral Reserve and along the west side of Wilson Drive. The new path will provide an important pedestrian link between Balmoral Hall and the bus shelter on the eastern side of Wilson Drive, near the railway crossing. The pathway is the first stage of...

Local netball Association shoots a goal with grant funding

April 20, 2023Posted in: Community, Delivering
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5 young women in netball uniforms sitting court side, smiling and giving thumbs up to camera.

A lifetime of competing and coaching with Southern Highlands Netball has taught Kate Bow it’s tough to find backing for girls sports, and costly for families to take part. The Association shot a goal with grant funding of $5,585 through Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Community Assistance Scheme toward taking representative teams to state titles. The funds...