At Clunes Neighbourhood House, we know ‘it takes a village’ to generate the ideas, enthusiasm and activities that make living in Clunes a pleasure. By working with local people, businesses and other community groups, we can add to the liveability of Clunes by supporting everyone to be an active part of the neighbourhood.
Christmas in Clunes is over again for another year. Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers for the many hours of work they put in to make this month-long celebration of Christmas happen. To see some photos taken by our volunteer of the events, click here.
Art Attack is a two year youth program funded by the Victorian Government to tackle significant social change through art and creativity. Art Attack will culminate in a public art event in Clunes, co-designed by local young people and Clunes-based circus/physical theatre company Asking for Trouble. We are delighted to have this opportunity to help with building our community through this exciting program.
Read the Hepburn Skill Store CLUNES Report
It comes as no surprise to anyone that employment is an issue in rural Victoria, especially for young people. Developed in partnership with Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre, this report helps all stakeholders understand and explore ways to enhance the employability of our community, in particular our youth.
Watch this space for announcements of more details, and follow us on our facebook page for current updates.