Message from Mayor Lake
Granville was a hive of activity with Good Vibes Granville, the first street event of its kind to be held in South Street. Many attended the week-long event with residents of all ages coming out to enjoy the delicious cuisine, music, art and culture that our community has to offer. We are very proud to host events that highlight our cultural diversity and encourage residents to explore our streets, interact and engage with each other and support our local businesses.
I would also like to share with you the amazing work of the Holroyd Musical and Dramatic Society (HMDS) who recently celebrated their 50th Anniversary Gala held at the Wentworthville Leagues Club. I was delighted to be in attendance and to meet the cast and crew from many different local productions that have entertained audiences for over 50 years.
Image: Me with HMDS life Member Pam Brown (left) and Kay Cater (right) who held starring roles in many past productions including Calamity Jane, Camelot, The Pyjama Game and The King and I.
I am thrilled that Council has been announced as a finalist in seven categories in the upcoming NSW Local Government Excellence Awards. Congratulations to our dedicated staff for their hard work and accomplishments, some of these programs include the Healthy Kids Initiative, Corporate Pandemic Management and the Wentworthville Swim Centre Modernisation Program.
Council will be celebrating National Simultaneous Storytime this week. The annual event promotes literacy and togetherness by encouraging children all over the country to read books at the same time. Council will be reading Family Tree by Josh Pyke and Ronojoy Ghosh and will feature a special guest and TV presenter, Costa Georgiadis, who will read a story and present a demonstration. As bookings are essential, I encourage you to reserve your spot now by visiting www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/storytime
If you’re a senior citizen in Cumberland, did you know that you can stay informed and stay connected by joining our free mailing list? If you’re a senior aged 55 and older, sign up to this distribution list and be one of the first to know about the latest in news, services and programs. For details visit: www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/seniors-support
Mayor Lisa Lake
8757 9856 | Lisa.Lake@cumberland.nsw.gov.au
Homelessness Awareness and Engagement Training
Tuesday, 31 May, 10am to 3pm
Holroyd Centre, 11-17 Miller Street, Merrylands
There are over 116,000 people experiencing homelessness on any given night. Join Council, in partnership with Homelessness NSW, as we explore how to support those who are homeless and how we can respond.
Register now: Phone 8757 9432, email Joshua.Fattal@cumberland.nsw.gov.au
Community Office Spaces for Lease
We are seeking proposals from organisations for the lease of office or outreach spaces (community hubs) within these local Community Centres:
- Auburn Centre for Community
- Guildford Community Centre
- Regents Park Community Hub
- Wentworthville Community Centre
Detailed information is available on the eProcure website. To submit a proposal, view related documents and ask questions, organisations will need to first register for free with eProcure at www.eprocure.com.au/cumberland/
Submissions close on 30 May 2022.
Enquiries or site visit appointments: Please email email@example.com
Creating Canopies in Cumberland City
Tree Planting Day and Free BBQ Lunch
Wednesday, 1 June, 9am to 1.30pm
Marrong Reserve, Pemulwuy
Register to volunteer or find out more
Landcare NSW has partnered with Greater Sydney Landcare Network to deliver the planting of 100,000 trees as part of the NSW Premiers Priority of increasing tree canopy and green cover across Greater Sydney.
Senior’s Winter Bus Trips
Cumberland City Council’s Seniors and Disability Team together with Bridge Housing would like to invite senior residents in Cumberland City to a free bus trip. Spaces are limited and terms and conditions apply.
Bus trips will be held on:
3, 10, 17 June
Book now or find out more: Phone 8757 9041