Projects

'MORNING BITES' BREAKFAST VAN

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Our breakfast van is manned by cheery morning volunteers that prepare and serve a warm breakfast to students on the way to school...

CHILDRENS BIKE PARK

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre received funding from the SHCIF To design and build a bike park for children. The track/road will be 100 metres in length

with a concrete surface located at Amaroo Park, Scone. The park will have line marking and incorporate stop signs, give way signs.

There will also be a roundabouts and incline included in the design.

Friday, December 08, 2017

An annual event for al the community includes, local music, market stalls, childrens amusement rides, Santa visit food stalls and a finale of fireworks

HARMONY DAY

An annual event that brings together people from other countries who now live in Scone. The option to bring a meal that originates from their home land or just come along and sample the cuisine on offer is one that everyone enjoys.

 

Many attend in national costume.

BUS SHELTERS

Thursday, August 07, 2014

There is nothing worse that a child having to wait for a school bus in the rain, wind or heat. For several years the Neighbourhood Centre has applied for grants through the Country Passengers Transport Infrastructure Grants (CPTIGS) and have been successful in securing funding for several bus shelters located in Scone & Aberdeen.

 

SNRC also received funding for a bus ramp, noticeboard and solar lighting at Scone railway station.

COMMUNITY ART PROJECT

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Over one hundred people enjoyed addding a paint strip of their own on the equined themed mural. Participants ages were from 4 months to 100 years. The art work is on the Neighbourhood Centre's Main Street fence in Scone.

THE OUDOOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

The Outdoor Exercise Equipment project saw the construction of a physical activity and fitness area at the Bill Rose Sporting Complex, Scone.

 

A series of outdoor fitness exercise stations were installed, clustered around a central shade-covered area.  The central shade-covered area had some permanent seating about its perimeter and has been utlilised by formal groups such as ’Tai Chi & Nature’ and also serves as a pleasant space to meet, sit and enjoy the scenic outdoors.  Signage indicating sponsorship of the site and its intended use is highly visible. The site is currenlty maintained by council staff.

THE FAIRY GARDEN

Thursday, March 22, 2012

A fundraiser held in Elizabeth Park, Scone brought the community together to raise money to create a fairy garden in the atrium of the building at 130 Liverpool Street. A place for young and old.

Trees are now grown but every year more children enjoy the delights of fairies and elves in our beautiful garden.

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