Monthly Archives: December 2014

Harvest Home Rd closure confusion

Whittlesea Leader 23 December 2014 Katrina Hinschen Epping RSL sub-branch manager Narelle Hart says works on Harvest Home Rd are needed, but they are driving patrons around the bend and, on some occasions, all the way back home. ROAD closures on Harvest Home Rd are causing confusion for Epping RSL sub-branch patrons. The road has been closed west of the … > More

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Grandparents, aunts & uncles morning teas

Grandparents, aunts and uncles morning teas Chat, relax, meet other locals and enjoy free tea and coffee! Tuesdays 10am to 12pm 9th December 16th December 23rd December Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre, 2 Snugburgh Way, Epping North. Tel: 9023-4606

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Warning over burn-offs

Whittlesea Leader 9 December 2014 Robert Saitta THE fire danger period has been declared, with all City of Whittlesea property owners urged to clean up around their homes and apply for a permit before conducting burn-offs. Epping CFA captain Robert Saitta said emergency services, including police, would take a zero-tolerance approach to residents who burnt rubbish at home without a … > More

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No federal funds for interchange

Whittlesea Leader 9 December 2014 Katrina Hinschen GOVERNMENT YET TO COMMIT TO CRUCIAL INTERCHANGE LINK   THE Federal Government is yet to commit money to build the O’Herns Rd/Hume Freeway interchange. The project, a key plank of the Access Denied campaign, requires $35 million in Federal Government money to proceed after the Labor State Government promised a $40.7 million contribution. … > More

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Harvest Home Road closure

Letter to Aurora Residents 5 December 2014 Places Victoria Work has begun to upgrade the intersection of Harvest Home Road and Epping Road. The upgrade will include the installation of traffic lights. The upgrade will improve safety for motorists and pedestrians using the intersection. The first stage of work will require the closure of Harvest Home Road on the western … > More

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Xmas Carols at the Farmhouse

Christmas Carols at the Farmhouse [Redding Rise, Epping North] for all the community: Sunday night 14th December, 5.30- 7.30pm. BYO drinks and food [a dish to share –labelled, please!]; tea & coffee provided. Come dressed in the Christmas spirit! Music led by Parish and SMCM School groups. St Mary of the Cross Mackillop Cnr Redding Rise and Farmhouse Blvd Epping … > More

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Future Powered Families

Future Powered Families is an energy saving program for low income families with children under 16 years old. The program aims to help families reduce their energy bills, and hence save money and greenhouse gases. The program consists of 3 components: * Energy workshops. Workshops go over what to look for on the energy bills, energy use of different appliances … > More

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Access No Longer Denied!

After many months of the Access Denied campaign, the Labor Party’s comfortable win in the State election on Saturday will deliver to the Thomastown electorate, in particular Epping North, the construction of the O’Herns Rd Hume Freeway Interchange. With only the Labor Party and independent candidate Thomas Di Palma respectively pledging to build the Interchange/ lobby for the construction of … > More

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Co-working now @ Creeds Farm

Ever wanted to work in a beautiful 7 Star Eco-Living & Learning Centre? Co-Working at Creeds has just started! CFLLC have just launched their co-working program, so come and join them on a Tuesday or Friday; bookings are essential so they know to expect you – make your initial booking through trybooking: http://www.trybooking.com/FHEG Whether you’re stopping in for the day … > More

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FREE kids Xmas art workshop

FREE kids Christmas art workshop Thursday 4 December 2014, 4-5.30pm Third Place Café, 286 Epping Road, Wollert. This creative after school Christmas activity will not only entertain the kids but do something positive for our environment. A workshop artist will provide good clean materials such as factory seconds and off-cuts to create some wonderful works of art. Suitable for children … > More

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