Community News - Altone

Community activities 

Brockman Community House Term 1 Programs now available

Brockman Community House runs a variety of courses, including parenting courses, family workshops, community support programs, leisure, fitness and wellbeing courses and professional development workshops. They also run playgroups and out of school hours and vacation care.

The full Term 1 Program is now available on the Brockman Community HouseOpens in new window website. For more information and bookings please contact Brockman House on 9279 1588 or admin@brockmanhouse.net.

 

Project update

Beechboro Community Hub refurbishment complete

Beechboro Community Hub exteriorPreviously known as Altone Community Hub, the new Beechboro Community Hub includes the library, Swan Active, Your Café and Place office.

City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said the changes will improve the user experience and provide important services and support for the local community.

"We value what we do and the people we do it for, and these improvements will help us deliver stronger services for our community," he said.

The Beechboro Community Hub is located at 332 Benara Road, Beechboro. 

 

Safety

Wayward trolleys – report and win!

A good deed for the environment has earned one lucky Beechboro resident $1,000 from Trolley Tracker™.

As a delivery driver, Peter has plenty of opportunities to spot lost trolleys on his daily rounds. Peter took the initiative to log on to the Trolley Tracker online portal, available for concerned citizens to report wayward trolleys. Trolley Tracker coordinates the retrieval and return of abandoned trolleys through collection teams around the country. If you see an abandoned trolley, you too could be rewarded with $1,000!

 


Don’t forget to check our events page and the community noticeboard for current events and activities for all ages. If you have anything to share with your community, email us at stories@swan.wa.gov.au.