Camden Council’s Matching Aged To Engaging Youngsters (MATEY) project is putting a smile on the faces of the young and young at heart, after launching last week.
Winter is upon us, so now is the perfect time to check your chimney and fireplace before you light it in the colder months.
Camden Council will re-open Camden, Narellan and Oran Park Libraries as well as Alan Baker Art Gallery, with a number of conditions in place from next week.
Parents looking for ways to entertain their kids won’t have to look any further than Camden Council’s online biodiversity education programs, available to residents online next week.
Camden residents have just won gold, with Oran Park Leisure Centre to be home to the area’s first Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool.
Council will provide more than $30,000 in sponsorship funding for community programs and events to be held in the Camden area.
Harrington Forest’s Cumberland Plain Woodland is set to be restored after Council successfully secured funding of $20,000 from the Australian Government’s Communities Environment Program 2019/2020.
Even though libraries remain closed this week, local children will not miss out on National Simultaneous Storytime.
Work has begun on completing missing infrastructure links across the Camden area, with construction underway at one location and designs completed at another five.