Camden Council is encouraging residents suffering from domestic violence to seek support with many local services still available to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Camden’s first synthetic football field is a step closer to reality after Council accepted a tender for the construction of the facility this week.
Residents are reminded local playgrounds, skateparks and outdoor gyms are closed and, therefore, cannot be used.
Local young people have turned to technology in a quest to keep Camden Youth Week alive, with a range of activities planned through social media.
Residents are encouraged to keep in contact with Camden Council, despite the recent closure of face-to-face customer service centres.
Residents can get their kids into the Easter spirit from the comfort of their own home with Camden Council’s first-ever virtual Easter hat parade.
A 20-year planning vision for Camden has been set after Council formally adopted its Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) at its ordinary meeting this week.
Residents are being encouraged to support local businesses by joining a new social media campaign, championed by Camden Council and Camden Region Economic Taskforce (CRET).
Residents are being encouraged to stay connected and support one another by leaving a calling card to their neighbours in celebrating Neighbour Day this Sunday 29 March.