With the announcement of the extensive Stage Three of Council’s COVID-19 Community Support Package, what can residents, businesses and visitors expect to see in the first 12 months?
Local children are set to have a ball over the April school holidays with a special program in place at Camden Libraries.
Residents are being encouraged to join Council in the worldwide Earth Hour movement by switching off their lights for the future of the planet.
Council is offering more than $350,000 in grants and financial assistance to the Camden community, as part of the $113.8m Stage Three COVID-19 Community Support Package.
Young footballer, Jake McGing, is living out his lifelong dream of representing his community after returning to his roots to play for Macarthur FC.
Camden International Women’s Day Gala evening has been hailed a success with more than $16,000 raised for Blue Wren House – Camden Women’s Shelter.
Local football clubs have the chance to meet their heroes and become champions of the inaugural Bulls Cup at Emerald Hills Reserve next month.
Residents are being reminded to look out for native wildlife with 12 new wildlife signs installed along six local roads in Camden.
Camden Town Centre is set to come alive this month, with #camdenlive to feature the area’s first officially registered buskers in re-engaging our community.