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Produce lane will give festival tasty boost

a produce lane will be added to Camden's Taste festival this year,

Let’s drink to that: a produce lane will be added to Camden’s Taste festival this year,

Camden Council is seeking applications from produce market stallholders for an exciting new addition to the annual Taste Food Wine and Music Festival.

Produce Lane will be launched as part of the festival and will showcase a range of fresh and local food.

The event is a feature of the Camden Festival that attracts more than 5,000 people and will include seasonal fruit and vegetables, meats, seafood, baked goods, spices, cheeses and specialty food products as well as food-related items and gifts.

The festival will be on Sunday, September 23 in Camden Town Farm.

“Taste is a highlight of our annual Spring celebration that continues to grow in variety and popularity,” says Mayor Lara Symkowiak.

“The addition of a produce lane will add another dimension to the event and allow people to take local produce home to enjoy,” she said.

“This is the perfect opportunity for local farmers, bakers, fromagers and others to showcase their products in the Camden community.”

Stallholders are invited to visit camdenfestival.com.au for more information and to apply.

Applications close on August 26.

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A passion for companion animals is a must for anyone thinking of applying to become a member of Camden Council’s advisory committee.

The companion animals committee meets on a quarterly basis and assists council with the development of strategic policies, programs, services and plans for companion animals.

Appointments to the committee will be for two years.

Applications to join the companion animal committee are open until Friday, July 28.

For more information contact council’s rangers on 4654 7777.

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Construction of an amenities building at a new park on Burrell Road, Spring Farm is about to start.

The park was built by a developer as part of a voluntary planning agreement and quickly proved to be popular when it was opened last year.

Earlier this year Camden Council installed shade sails to the playground area.

Construction is scheduled to be complete by August 30.

The total project cost is $180,000.

The design includes two accessible unisex toilets, solar and battery powered lighting, maintenance store room and textured materials for a contemporary look.

Access to the park will be maintained during construction.

 

 

 

One Response to Produce lane will give festival tasty boost

  1. Sonya Moulang July 18, 2018 at 12:25 pm #

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