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.
Hope Horizons Road to Hope forums aimed at promoting the services they provide to those diagnosed with Cancer. Forums held in both Warwick (24th May) and Stanthorpe (23rd May) including a guest speaker program. This is a free event, however bookings are essential. Please contact Hope Horizons to confirm your space via www.hopehorizons.com.au or by phone: 4636
Please find below a flyer regarding a “Clothes Swap” event to be held at the Warwick Baptist Hall on May 25th that may be of interest to you or someone you know. If you are based in Stanthorpe/Granite Belt and can’t make it along but would like to donate clothing for the event, Lyndell Brown, Family Support Service Officer from
Extreme level water restrictions here to stay as dam levels continue to drop The Southern Downs will remain on extreme level water restrictions with Council resolving to reduce the limit on water being purchased from the region’s standpipes to 2000 litres per week. Rural residents accessing drinking standard water from the Stanthorpe and Warwick standpipes will now be limited to
Hi to the Snowflakes in Stanthorpe community. Our amazing event will be upon us again in no time. This year we are promising over 50 family friendly activities across the weekend of July 5-7. Can you offer just 4 hours of time and energy to Snowflakes in Stanthorpe? If so, then become part of our volunteer community working together to
The Strong Not Tough – Adult Resilience program aims to increase an adult’s resilience and coping skills. Backed by years of research the Strong Not Tough program is evidence based and proven to help participants be the best they can be, and reduce their anxiety by imparting on them many skills and tools such as: Developing awareness – body language
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course (Mindfulness Meditation) in Stanthorpe with Mallow Wellbeing, please see the attached flyer below for all details on the course.
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.
Register quickly and easily for the Deadly Thinking Community Workshop in Warwick on 14 May 2019. Come together with your community champions to learn about handling worries, and build your confidence around yarning about mental health Bookings are essential by May 7. Book here: //bit.ly/2PpONba and for more information, check out the attached flyer or contact Peta Boorman
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