Your opinion on the Buloke Council’s Streetscape consultation for the upgrade of Broadway is wanted. This past month, drawings and information have been on display at the Wycheproof Community Resource Centre and there is a survey sheet for residents to list priorities or make suggestions. The deadline for the survey has been extended until Friday 8 July, and so all residents are urged to fill in a survey.
Thank you to our ever generous community for taking part in the June firewood competition. The firewood was generously donated by Mick Giddings and the winner was David Pierce. Thank you too to the Lions Club of Wycheproof for the generous donation to Wycheproof VISION for current projects including this newsletter.
June was an historic month with the closure of the ANZ Wycheproof Branch. Thank you to Nickaela Murphy for her assistance to community members and her professional attitude and care in making all endeavours to answer customer questions and as the brunt of customer frustration during such a trying time The ANZ has promised to support account holders through a visiting advice service fortnightly as a trial for 3 months; so far this has not been organised but ANZ Bank has reiterated the commitment and will advise the community when this service will start.
Wycheproof VISION will hold a governance workshop at its 19 July meeting from 6pm at the Railway Station. This is a chance for the forum to update policies and the strategic plan. All members are requested to attend this important meeting. At the June meeting a Code of conduct for Wycheproof VISION committee and volunteers working with Children and Young People was adopted
Commemorating WWl soldiers
Wycheproof Cemetery Trust held a special service and unveiled an honour board to commemorate soldiers who served in WWI buried at the Wycheproof cemetery.
Denise Hooper, Laurie Pollington and Judy Noonan commemorated their father Capt George Pollington