Please find below information regarding an upcoming FREE Mental Health workshop which may be of interest to you, or someone you know. Please contact Richard Henshaw: Richard.Henshaw@health.qld.gov.au for any further information.
As part of the Southern Downs Water Security Strategy, Council is seeking feedback on community values and knowledge of our local water resources. The information gathered will provide local data on the actions and behaviours which are most important to our residents as well as providing current information on opportunities to further secure our water supplies for the future.
This is a fantastic initiative in which we will be provided free of charge the training to keep an eye on each others wellbeing, and develop our community connections. Should you be interested in participating in this, please direct all correspondence to David Henderson mailto:email@example.com.
Rural minds workshop is specifically designed for rural and remote communities and delivered by people who know what it’s like out here. It’s good, solid, practical information without all the bull dust.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ASIST Training is in development to provide a culturally appropriate way of learning suicide first aid skills within our community. The program is a partnership between LivingWorks Australia and The University of Queensland INSIST Research Project. These workshops are FREE to attend and have been made possible by funding from Darling Downs and West
Headspace Warwick seeking young people aged between 12 – 25 years to be a part of their Youth Reference Group. What it is all about! What is in it for young people? Meet other young people passionate about youth mental health and well-being Receive training in mental health, alcohol and other drugs, media and relating to your specific interest
Get away from the drought for a moment, put in some time for you at the wellness weekend ‘Craft n’ Creations’ which is offered to women working on farms or that are living in rural areas in south-east/south-west Queensland, and may be something to consider if you like to potter around the garden or enjoy creating something beautiful, particularly if
As the weather continues to heat up the SDRC thought it would be a great opportunity to share some ideas on how to help keep your gardens in tip, top shape during high level water restrictions. We invest a lot in our gardens and want them to thrive in all conditions. Council has partnered with one of Warwick’s gardening guru’s
2019 SPANO’S SUPA IGA | STANTHORPE SHOW FRI 1 – SUN 3 FEBRUARY Come along and support your local show on Friday 1 February 2019 (local public holiday), Saturday 2 February and activities such as the Campdraft and the Ute Show extending through to Sunday. There is plenty to see and experience – exhibits, displays, demonstrations, animals, demolition derby, fireworks,
At the end November 23- 25 2018, when a host of Model T Ford’s swing in to town for a special meet-up. “Queensland Model T Owner’s Club, are having a weekend tea party and where having it in November 23rd-25th,” club member Ian Schmidt said. They come from all around the state and have touring events, and