Construction to commence on new NSW SES unit at Moss Vale

September 29, 2023Posted in: Delivering

SES group

Construction will soon begin on a new purpose-built NSW State Emergency Service (SES) Unit headquarters at Moss Vale after the first sod was turned on the site today. The new facility, which is jointly funded by the NSW Government and Wingeecarribee Shire Council, will provide the Unit with increased storage capacity and additional parking, and...

Local Federal Member for Whitlam visits Mittagong Playhouse Site as Council seeks government funding.

August 31, 2023Posted in: Community, Delivering
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Mittagong playhouse with Viv May, Lisa Miscamble, and Stephen Jones MP

A priority project for the Wingecarribee community, the return of Mittagong Playhouse was put to Federal Member for Whitlam, The Hon Stephen Jones MP, at a visit to the site last week with Council Administrator Mr Viv May and General Manager Lisa Miscamble, with a view to making it a funding priority. Council has committed...

New Community Hall to open future possibilities for Penrose

August 18, 2023Posted in: Delivering

Picture of 3 people standing inside the partially constructed building

For decades, Penrose residents have dreamed of building a new Community Hall with capacity to meet growing demand for the many gatherings that connect community members. “After the Penrose Community Association put in an extensive grant application we were lucky to be awarded a grant from the Australian and NSW Governments Bushfire Local Economic Recovery...

Restoring History and Strengthening Community Bonds

August 4, 2023Posted in: Delivering

Bundanoon Soldiers Memorial Hall - showing new roof

Holding a cherished place in the village’s history, Bundanoon Soldiers Memorial Hall has been preserved for years to come by a roof replacement. Built in 1934/35 to honour World War 1 heroes, it not only holds heritage significance for the Bundanoon community but also provides a place to gather and create lasting memories. The hall...

Making the most of the new Mittagong North Walking Network

July 21, 2023Posted in: Delivering

Lady in a wheelchair enjoying the new footpath

Locals have wasted no time in taking to the new Mittagong North Walking Network, now connecting the town centre to Lake Alexandra, and making it more convenient to get around town on foot.  Made possible by $330,187 in grant funding under the Transport for NSW Get NSW Active Program, it’s an investment in promoting wellbeing...