BURRAWANG AND WILDES MEADOW
The Burrawang and Wildes Meadow Community Association is a group of elected local residents dedicated to protecting the character, the facilities and sustainability of the village and its surrounds.
To realise our vision the committee of the association has set a number of objectives, which from time to time will be assessed to ensure they remain relevant, namely:
- investigating practical measures the association can take to protect the character and facilities of the village;
- how we will stay informed about and respond to development proposals and represent the community on issues impacting the village, its surrounds and our residents;
- what we can do to improve the sustainability of the village in terms of transport, recreational, educational and communication facilities;
- the type and frequency of dialogue with Wingecarribee Shire Council or the State Government on matters that affect the village and the area including road and wildlife safety;
- how we promote the village to ensure it remains viable;
- to organise, promote and support community events and raise funds for the benefit of Burrawang Wildes Meadow community groups and our residents;
- applying for grants to improve village facilities.
SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES AND ACTIONS INITIATED BY THE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION:
- Production of a quarterly community newsletter – the Burrawang Herald
- Lobbied Wingecarribee Shire Council to dog-waste bag dispenser and more sympathetic waste bin in Hoddle St
- Lobbied the Wingecarribee Shire Council to fund Stage 1 of the Hoddle St children’s playground
- Organised and managed the annual community picnic day
- Organised and distribute a welcome pack to new residents
- Meet with the local council on important local matters such as the trees in Hoddle St that are impinging on the power lines and the replanting of more appropriate species
- Communicate with the Community Association members of activities, events and government initiatives that could be of service and or interest
- Assisted members with issues affecting their property and to advise the relevant action and or agency to assist to resolve the issues
We are currently seeking donations and grants to fund Stage Two of the children’s playground in Hoddle St.
Burrawang and Wildes Meadow Community Association (BWMCA) has an elected committee of volunteers who meet on a regular basis throughout the year. The AGM in held in July and all residents are welcome to attend. It aims to represent the voice of Burrawang and Wildes Meadow in dealing with outside bodies in matters that may affect the quality of life in our unique community.
Membership of the Association enables you to participate in its meetings and meet others through its social events.
To join BWMCA, please click the link below, fill out the form and either scan and email or post
Application for BWMCA Membership form
The cost is $20 per household.
EFT: Burrawang Wildes Meadow Community Association
BSB: 062 511 Account: 1010 0930
Reference: Your Surname
Cheque: Payable to ‘Burrawang Wildes Meadow Community Association’
PO Box 3209 Robertson NSW 2577
Donations: If you would like to make a donation towards the second phase of the children’s playground we would welcome your support.
President Erica Leeming
Vice President Grant Sherborne
Secretary Marion Weekes
Treasurer Michelle Waters
Mail PO Box 3209 Robertson NSW 2577
Editor of the Burrawang Herald email@example.com