Commemorating the unique contribution of women from our community, for our community.

November 10, 2023Posted in: Community

A bronze statue to commemorate Australia’s first published children’s Author and advocate for womens’ education and legal rights, Charlotte Atkinson of Sutton Forest, has been approved for the park at historic Berrima. After presenting “The Charlotte Project” to Council at this week’s Extraordinary Meeting, Wingecarribee Women’s Writers member Kerrie Douglass is thrilled with this outcome...

Where singing makes the world more wonderful

November 3, 2023Posted in: Community

Welcome to a cheerful and inclusive Creative Space, where brightly coloured ukeleles and the joy of singing together is making the world more wonderful for many community members. One of the many ways our local Vinnies is bringing hope to people and building community, with a little help from Council’s Community Assistance Scheme. Being surrounded...

Building Resilience in Wingello: A Collaborative Effort to Prepare for Future Disasters

November 3, 2023Posted in: Community

The Wingello community took part in the Resilient Towns Initiative (RTI) workshops last Saturday, designed to help communities deal with any future disaster events. Following the success of these sessions in the Snowy Valleys LGA, residents came together with representatives from the NSW Reconstruction Authority, University of NSW, Disaster Relief Australia, Red Cross and Wingecarribee...

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