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Woodforde, Rostrevor and Teringie Community Forum

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Woodforde, Rostrevor and Teringie Community Forum

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You are invited to our next Local Council Community Forum, a conversation about your neighbourhood. This event is for anyone living in the Adelaide Hills Council part of Rostrevor, Woodforde, Teringie.

What's your vision for your neighbourhood? Join us in a conversation about how you can contribute to your local council and community.

Event details:

  • Date: Tuesday 30 April 2024
  • Time: 6 pm start* until 8 pm
  • Location: The Summit Community Centre
  • Address: 4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit

*The Summit Community Centre will open at 5.30 pm with refreshments available in preparation for a 6 pm official start. The evening will finish at 8 pm.

Key information:

  • Registering to attend: Use the registration form to secure your place, this is important for the venue capacity, facilitation and catering purposes. Please register by 23 April.
  • Asking a question or discussion idea: Ideas can be shared via the mapping tool and ideas form, (especially for those unable to attend) and when you register you have the opportunity to share discussion topics.
  • How to get to The Summit Community Centre and where to park: Traffic management will be in place, please follow the signs for parking which will include the school grounds and the GP clinic next door. As it will be dark when you leave we recommend having your phone torch on hand.
  • Accessibility at the venue: If you need an accessible car park please let us know in your registration so we can reserve a space for you. The Summit is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets.
  • What to expect on the night: You will be warmly welcomed and have an opportunity to mingle with Council staff and your community, please arrive from 5.30 pm so we can get started on time. After formal welcomes we will kick off with a facilitated session to allow community to work together sharing issues, ideas and solutions around discussion tables. There will be a light supper and warm drinks provided during the session.

If you have any questions ahead of the day please get in touch so we can help you. We want you to feel included, heard and provide you an opportunity to connect with both Council and your community.

Not at this session. We had considered live streaming the event but the experience would not be great. If enough people are interested we will consider an online forum. Please register and select the online option so we can be in touch.

Please use the registration form on this page to secure your place - this is important for venue capacity, facilitation and catering purposes. Please register by 23 April.

Ideas can be shared via the mapping tool and ideas form on this page (especially for those unable to attend) and when you register you have the opportunity to share discussion topics.

Traffic management has been organsied, please follow the signs for parking which will include the school grounds and GP clinic next door. As it will be dark when you leave we recommend having your phone torch to hand

Yes, please come. If you need an accessible car park please let us know in your registration so we can reserve a space for you. The Summit is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets.

You will be warmly welcomed and have an opportunity to mingle with Council staff and your community, arrive from 5.30pm so we can get started on time. After formal welcomes we will kick off with a facilitated session to allow community to work together sharing issues, ideas and solutions around discussion tables. There will be light supper and warm drinks provided during the session.

Yes please, come from 5.30 pm so you can chat with your community, we will start the formal session at 6 pm.

A summary of the forum will be made available on this page in our document library as well as a follow up email to all who registered so please make sure you provide our email address even if you can't make it.

Community Forums enable the Council and community to work collaboratively on goals for the region. The objective of Council's forum is to improve engagement and communication by creating an opportunity for an open discussion about emerging issues for Council and the community. Your area has gone through a lot of change and we want to talk about that and how it's going for you.

Yes we will be catering a light supper for the event. Please let us know in your registration if you have any dietary requirements.

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