Mandurah Matters moves to the next phase of its campaign

Mandurah Matters moves to the next phase of its campaign

MANDURAH Matters is moving to the next phase of its the campaign and the community and businesses are once again invited to take part.

More than 1600 people have already had their say through the online survey.

A number of Think Tank workshops are being held in late January and early February to further explore what matters most to the community by looking deeper and prioritising the focus areas already identified – environment, economic, social and health.

The workshops are open to all community members, but spaces are limited.

Each session will focus on two key themes: Environment/economic (Tuesday, January 29, 2-4pm), Social/Health (Tuesday, January 29, 6pm-8pm), Social/Health (Wednesday, February 6, 2-4opm) and Environment/Economic (Wednesday, February 6, 6pm-8pm).

All workshops will be held at David Gray’s Arena (formerly Bendigo Bank Stadium), Dower street.

Mandurah Matters was launched last October encouraging the community to share their thoughts and aspirations for the city, to facilitate the creation of a shared future vision for Mandurah.

For more information or to register interest visit www.mandurahmatters.com.au/stage-2-explore.