ABA was founded by a group of mothers with the aim of helping other mothers,...
This is the last Stroud Market for the year see you at Memorial Ave – 9am to 1pm, browse the stalls, catch up with friends over coffee and check out Stroud’s antique shops. You’ll find friendly local stallholders offering fresh local produce, plants, gorgeous artisan crafts, jams and value-added gourmet goodies. www.stroudmarket.com
The Cottage Ball – Friday 13 November Along with his friend Corey Borrow, twenty-eight-year-old cerebral palsy client Josh Egan has been travelling from Stroud to Gloucester in Merv the Merc for nine years, three times a week, to access a day program at the Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group. “He’s normally busting to get here. He […]
Thanks to everyone who supported Lions and bought tickets for the Calcutta and to those who came Monday night and participated in the auction. It was a great night and a big thankyou to the Country Club for co-hosting the evening with Lions. David Gorton and Bill Dwyer did a brilliant job running the auction […]
Training at the Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group Inc The Business Administration Skills course is a five day program designed to give participants a basic set of computer skills. The entry and cost of this program is subsidised and subject to eligibility criteria as determined by the government funding body. Students wanting to enrol in this accredited course […]
Great Lakes Council Part Time – 10 hours per week. Ageing and Disability Services support frail older people and people with a disability who reside in the communities of the Great Lakes, Greater Taree and Gloucester local government areas. The primary role as the Client Services Officer is to plan and coordinate a range of community […]
At the School of Arts Hall, Stroud Council invites anyone who is interested in hearing about our progress in addressing the concerns raised by the community in the 2014 community survey and also how we can ensure we meet the priorities that our ratepayers have asked us to achieve” said Council’s General Manager, Mr Glenn Handford. […]