Bass Coast,
08
May
2015
|
06:42
Australia/Melbourne

Tell Us How You Play

Whether you play sport, work out regularly or just enjoy walking the dog, Bass Coast Shire Council would like to hear from you.

Mayor, Cr Kimberley Brown, said Council was undertaking a Sports and Active Recreation Needs Assessment to map the current state of play in the Shire, with over 120 clubs invited to participate.

“We’re inviting all Bass Coast sporting and recreation clubs to be involved in the Bass Coast Sports and Active Needs Recreation Needs workshop, and also ask them to complete an online survey to help inform this Shire-wide study,” Cr Brown said.

“This way we can get a clear picture of participation, facilities and locations, and therefore identify future needs and demands for our community.

“Planning for the future also enables us to seek grants to be able to deliver these needs.”

All clubs are asked to complete the sports club survey available at basscoast.vic.gov.au/SARNA and are invited to the sport and recreation workshop on Monday, 25 May at the Wonthaggi Town Hall, beginning at 6.00pm. The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

“We’d also love to see community members catch-up with the project team at one of the pop-up stands Council are holding at local markets,” Cr Brown said.

Pop up stands will be held at local markets in:

  • Grantville on Sunday, 24 May

  • Churchill Island on Saturday, 27 June

  • Inverloch on Sunday, 21 June