27 November 2018
Council joins march against domestic violence

Mayor Greg Cummings will join with State Member for Granville Julia Finn MP, representatives from NSW Police, community leaders and the wider public for a march against domestic and family violence (DFV) on Friday 30 November at Granville Park from 4.30pm - 7pm.

The "Raising Strong Families! Say No to Domestic Violence" march is being held during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence; an international campaign that runs from the 25 November and ends on International Human Rights Day on December 10. 

Marchers will gather at Granville Park and make their way along Montrose Avenue, Merrylands Road and Woodville Road before returning to Granville Park. The evening will include a free barbecue, kids activities and family entertainment.


L to R -  Inspector Chris Laird Auburn Police Area Command, Kathleen Meyer, Salwa Al Baz, Michelle Anderson, Mayor Greg Cummings, Beatrice Sesay, Deputy Mayor Glenn Elmore, Chief Inspector Adam Phillips Cumberland Police Area Command.
Christmas in the Gardens with the Grinch

Residents are invited to attend Council's free flagship Christmas event, Christmas in the Gardens on Saturday 8 December at the Auburn Botanic Gardens on Chisholm Road, Auburn. For one magical night the gardens will become a Grinch themed wonderland with Christmas lights, carols by local community groups, free rides, Dr. Seuss themed foods and an open air movie screening of The Grinch.
 
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Delicious Christmas gifts with Flavours of Auburn 

Thinking of a Christmas gift or starting to plan 2019 events already? Be one of the first 20 people to book your Flavours of Auburn 2019 experience and get a free cooking apron too! Flavours of Auburn is a community enterprise that connects people, communities and cultures through a shared love for food. To find out more visit   flavoursofauburn.com.au .

Linnwood House paint job wins heritage award

Meticulous paint works of the heritage-listed Linnwood House Estate have been recognised at the 2018 Master Painters Awards for Excellence, with Council's contractor taking out the top honour in the heritage and restoration category. Mayor Greg Cummings welcomed the award, saying the restoration works were indicative of Council's commitment to preserving and promoting its heritage.  



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Council meetings

The next meeting will be held on:

Wednesday 5 December 2018,  6.30pm
Merrylands Service Centre, 16 Memorial Avenue, Merrylands

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Free Household Chemical CleanOut

Cumberland Council in partnership with NSW Environment Protection Authority is hosting a free Household Chemical CleanOut. 
 
Sunday 2 December, 9am-3.30pm 
Auburn Baseball Club car park, Euston Road, Auburn
 
Free immunisation clinics at Merrylands and Wentworthville

Cumberland Council is offering free immunisation clinics  for children aged six weeks to nine years, administered by registered immunisation nurses. 
 
Upcoming dates:

2 Lane Street, Wentworthville

16 Memorial Avenue, Merrylands
 

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Cumberland Council has 15 Councillors representing the five Wards of Granville, Greystanes, South Granville, Regents Park and Wentworthville. The primary role of a Councillor is to represent the people who live in their ward. They are your bridge to Council. 
 
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