Anyone interested can read the WCCC Gardens Working Group and Fetherson Gardens Friends group submission on the future development of the gardens, to see the suggestions that have already been conveyed.”
FETHERSTON GARDENS, WESTON :
SUBMISSION FOR P… Continue reading
Tony Fetherston, perhaps more than any other individual, made an enormous contribution to horticultural education in the ACT. Tony Fetherston was head teacher in horticulture, and later head of the School of Horticulture at the Canberra Institute of… Continue reading
The Weston Creek Community Council and the Friends of the CIT Gardens Group have proposed to the ACT Place Names Committee a suitable name for the former CIT Gardens community facility. A proposed name for the gardens should be distinctive and… Continue reading
The First Official Meeting of the Community Council Working Group on the CIT Park and Gardens is on Thursday, 22 April 2010 at 7.30pm in the Hawkes room at the Weston Club.
Stephen Alegria from Conservation and Lands, Territory and Muncipal Services… Continue reading
A walk through of the Weston Creek Community Park is being organised for mid-day Sunday 21 March to enable Weston Creek residents to view and appreciate the park. Residents may recall the recent government agreement to the Council’s representations to… Continue reading
The most significant open space area in Weston Creek, the CIT gardens, will be maintained despite the probable transformation of the campus to a school.
Consultation over the future of the site has been ongoing since since the decision was made to… Continue reading
At the monthly meeting (4 Nov 09) discussion occurred about the formal classification of the area located at the current CIT Heysen Street Weston site that contains the area being discussed as a community park/arboretum. Purdon Associates and Mr Ross… Continue reading
As this column goes to press (Southside Chronicle, 20 Oct 09), Weston Creek residents are preparing for the Weston Creek Community Carnival on this Saturday October 24, from 11am to 4pm (behind Cooleman Court). Continue reading