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Tap into all five senses for art’s sake

Children and their carers can tap into their senses with a series of art activities and materials from the Campbelltown Arts Centre’s new Make Box program. As part of the Campbelltown 2020 program celebrating our local history, heritage and culture, people can purchase the take home boxes containing art makingRead more »

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Rome may be burning but life goes on

We’re all in agreement that 2020 is a hell of a year and 2019 wasn’t much better. Do you remember that water restrictions started coming in last year, which were followed by bushfires that had all of us worried sick. Much of NSW was in drought and is only nowRead more »

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Time to say goodbye to printed news

It was pure coincidence that a day before the announcement that a string of local newspapers would close we received the picture above. The picture ran under a headline that said: What’s everyone reading? It was created by Daniel Currinckx, who is the sports program coordinator at the South WestRead more »

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A lot of Camden history in names of new parks

A popular former mayor, aristocrats from England and successful migrants were among those honoured when Camden Council chose names for nine new parks in Oran Park. It means that now there is a Brooking Park, named after Frank Brooking, who was mayor of Camden from 1993 to 1997. Brooking, whoRead more »

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Be a Busy Bee is the iso buzz

What’s the buzz when we’re in iso? Be a Busy Bee, that’s what. Be a Busy Bee is a new section of Campbelltown Council’s website. There you can find a range of material to help you make your home more sustainable or enjoy outdoor activities while practising social distancing. BeRead more »

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Hard at work rubbish dumping and panic buying

This little part of Campbelltown’s beautiful, pristine bushland has just gained some special decoration. This old spa was dumped by some scumbag in Kentlyn, near Georges River Road earlier this week. Fingers crossed this selfish loser is not a reader of the South West Voice, but hopefully someone who isRead more »

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