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Friday 13th December 2019
Deans Marsh Hall, 6.30pm – 9.30pm
The MADCAP process builds to this community gathering and meal on Friday 13th December.
The Mighty MADCAP Conversation Cafe will explore four questions: What we would like to retain, What we would like to regain, What we want to change and What we want to start in Deans Marsh. Participants will prioritise and vote for what they would like to see prioritised as actions for the Deans Marsh and District Community Action Plan.
The Deans Marsh CFA held their pre-season fire training and community information day on Sunday 24th November, at the Reserve
Community members are welcome call into The Cottage to collect items, to create a GO BAG for the coming fire season.
EXPLORE DEANS MARSH CYCLING LOOPS
The Cottage is now offering a quality printing and copying service to members of the community, Thursdays and Fridays between 10am and 1pm (alternate times may be available on request).
Cost per copy:
A4 Black and White 0.05c
A4 Colour 0.10c
A3 Black and White 0.10c
A3 Colour 0.15c
“WALKING THE BARWON RIVER
from Source to Sea”
By Jennifer Morrow and Peter Greig, design by Gillian Brew.
You can purchase the book from The Store Deans Marsh or contact Jennifer on 0407 555 056. This beautiful book featuring stunning photography is $30, with all proceeds going to restore the health of the Barwon River.
Our Regular Activities
MADCAP – Marsh And District Community Action Plan
The Deans Marsh and District Community Action Plan
The Deans Marsh Cottage has been successful in gaining funding for our community to create a community generated action plan.
We are delighted to confirm that Peter Kenyon from The Bank of Ideas has been appointed to work with us over the next few months to facilitate the development of the plan. In 2019 Peter was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his international and national community development initiatives.
There will be a range of opportunities and activities both formal and informal for you to be involved. Regular updates will feature on the Deans Marsh Community Cottage website, Cottage Facebook page, The Cottage fortnightly email update and printed information.
Find out more in the The Croaker in early October.
We are trained to ask:
“What’s wrong and how we fix it?”
Instead start by asking:
“What works, what have we got, what’s possible and who cares”
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