"a developing community which
is environmentally, socially,
economically and culturally
attuned and fulfilling"

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PHOTO GALLERY

Welcome

Photo: Courtesy CRLLEN

In August of 2001 the community consultation process began with Marc des Landes leading the process

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Photo: Courtesy CRLLEN

Student involvement in the
consultation process

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Photo: Courtesy CRLLEN

The community working in groups in workshopping the plan development

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Working on the plan

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Carol Smith and Alice Solomon add their
contribution

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Having youth input in the workshop process

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Photo: Courtesy CRLLEN

Group workshopping

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Photo: Courtesy CRLLEN

Facilitator Rene Laan conducts a consultation meeting

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The completion of the walking track along the Goulburn River was one of the goals within the action plan

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TSWW worked with Seymour Neighbourhood Renewal in the community consultation
processes

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Facilitator Rene Laan introduces the hard copy of the 2015 Community Action Plan

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John Jennings, a passionate advocate for the restoration of the old Hume Highway bridge over the Goulburn was pleased to see it highlighted in the community action plan

 

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Aboriginal art by Alice Solomon is featured on the Seymour We Want community directory

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Alice's art was also featured on the second community directory

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Committee members Carol Smith, Pat Coffey and Rhonda Sanderson announce the update of the Seymour Community Directory in 2009

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'Volunteer Expo' celebrating and promoting local volunteers.

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The cover page for the Seymour 2015 Action Plan

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The Seymour We Want goes online September 2010 with the launch of the website. Herma Duthie and Sharyn Peters designing the interactive site and bringing it online for the princely sum of $286