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Harley Hammond upgrades in the pipeline

Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes announcing $500,000 from the Victorian Government towards a $1.3 million project at Harley Hammond Reserve in Broadford to redevelop two netball courts, add lighting and build a new shared use netball and tennis pavilion (including change rooms).

Lighting up for Wallan Bowling Club

Wallan Bowling Club will soon have lights around their competition green thanks to a funding announcement today from the Victorian Government and Mitchell Shire Council (18 October).

Greater Beveridge Community Centre now taking bookings

The $6.74 million Greater Beveridge Community Centre is now open for community use, with maternal and child health appointments, a weekly breastfeeding clinic and centre drop-ins starting this week. A community BBQ will be held in November to welcome everyone to the new space.

Allow extra travel time on Spur Road

People driving along Spur Road in Clonbinane will need to allow extra travel time over the next few weeks with roadworks between Ryans Road and Macdonalds Road starting today (15 October).

Wallan Town Heart officially open

The Wallan Town Heart transformation reached a major milestone this week with the official opening of two new outdoor areas, including the War Memorial Circle of Remembrance.

Lights, camera, action for Wandong and Kilmore Sports

Netball and tennis in Wandong and Australian Rules Football in Kilmore will receive a boost with $871,005 funding announced today through Sport and Recreation Victoria, Mitchell Shire Council and AFL Victoria.

Council's compost bin and worm farm subsidy is available now

Throughout the month of October, Council is offering a half price subsidy for compost bins and worm farms purchased from selected retailers (capped at $30 per compost bin or $50 per worm farm). Terms and conditions apply.

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