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WCCC is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non-political, community-based association representing the interests of the local residents and communities in Weston Creek.

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The Work of Weston Creek Community Council

The Work of Weston Creek Community Council

HAVING spent time talking with numerous community council leaders, one thing stands out. What a job!
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ARE YOU BUSHFIRE READY? - Our Next Meeting

ARE YOU BUSHFIRE READY? – Our Next Meeting

It is very important to have a good understanding of what might happen in the event of a Bushfire and how to deal with it. Meeting is at Chapman Primary School
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Chair on ABC re Garden Party

Chair on ABC re Garden Party

Tom Anderson (Chair WCCC) discusses with ABC's Greg Bayliss Weston Creeks 50th Anniversary Garden Party.
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Celebrate Weston Creeks' Anniversary

Celebrate Weston Creeks’ Anniversary

Weston Creek Birthday Celebration and Garden Party in Fetherston Gardens, Heysen Street, Weston from 11 to 3 pm on Sunday 28 October.  All are welcome.
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Fetherston Gardens Friends Convenor’s Report 2018

Fetherston Gardens Friends Convenor’s Report 2018

Fetherston Gardens have continued to thrive and attract more interest from the local and wider Canberra community through the 2017-18 Financial Year.
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Stromlo Leisure Facility Update 

Stromlo Leisure Facility Update 

ACT Property Group provided an update at the August Public Meeting of Council. The images here are the preliminary designs
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Media Comments on Weston Traffic Issues

Media Comments on Weston Traffic Issues

Further to WCCC's representations on the potential traffic issues around the proposed development of the old AFP site, there have been some recent related articles in the media.
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New Walk-in-Centre for Weston Creek and Molonglo

New Walk-in-Centre for Weston Creek and Molonglo

Council welcomes the announcement yesterday by the Minister for health, Meegan Fitzharris MLA that there will be a new Walk-in Centre in Weston Creek in the Living Health Centre adjacent to Cooleman Court.
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Council unhappy with Proposed Bus Network

Council unhappy with Proposed Bus Network

Council has provided a detailed submission on the proposed Bus network. Our biggest concerns are the impact on Cooleman Court, commuters and school children.
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Please Note: WCCC is NOT a local government body

For all inquiries relating to municipal, local or State government matters please contact the ACT Government who perform these functions in the ACT. Inquiries to AccessCanberra – phone 13 22 81 or
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