Welcome to our Newsletter for JUNE 2021
This Community Newsletter provides information on:
  • Grants; 
  • Resources;   
  • Best practice; and 
  • Community and Club Events. 
Its purpose is to inform and unify our communities in becoming inclusive, vibrant, and healthy. It is not a comprehensive resource of all available grants, local community and club events. You are welcome to share this information onwards. 
In this Issue
  • Congratulations
  • Did You Know?
  • Take the Survey!
  • Tips
  • Grants & Opportunities 
  • Volunteering 
  • Not For Profit Law
  • Resources
  • Support Resources for Families
  • Events
*Note: The Shire of Gingin Community Development Officer Helen Sutherland's mobile number has changed to 0419 604 101.
CONGRATULATIONS TO JASON DOBRA, LOOSE LEAF LETTUCE COMPANY - GINGIN WA,  the 2021 Corteva Agriscience Young Grower of the Year Award’ nominee.  This national award celebrates outstanding young growers who champion the horticulture industry’s success and show a commitment to innovation in an effort to define the next generation of future leaders. They are the best and the brightest young growers in Australia today and demonstrate the incredible depth of talent in the industry. The Shire of Gingin wishes Jason all the best for the AUSVEG National Award for Excellence Presentation 9 June 2021.
Did You Know
On Wednesday the 19th of May, the Injury Matters Prevention team travelled to Sovereign Hill to deliver a free Move Improve Remove presentation to local residents, organised by the Moore River Weight Watchers group.
To find out more about connecting with Weight Watchers please contact Dot Branch 0429 969 889
Participants engaged in conversation about ways to move their body, improve their health and removing hazards in and around their home. A huge thank you to all participants, organisers and Injury Matters for such an enjoyable, educational, fun and engaging 45 minutes. Moore Weight Watchers consists of men and women who connect weekly to improve their health through information and enduring friendships.

A review of 116 studies found exercise reduces the rate of falls by 23%, with different types of exercise producing different falls prevention benefits. 

Link to a series of videos which cover information about the heart - living with heart failure, warning signs, support and more.

Learn about stroke - symptoms, risk factors and more.

The Federal Budget and the not-for-profit sector 
The Treasurer, Josh Frydenburg unveiled the 2021 Budget last week. Pro Bono Australia has broken down the major winners, losers, and the social sector’s response to Australia’s COVID-19 recovery budget.
Take The Survey
Young people aged 15 - 19 years, Mission Australia want to hear what you have to say about the issues that really concern you. 
Your valuable insights provide up-to-date evidence to inform advocacy and policy change on the issues that affect your lives.
13 common motoring myths - Does putting your car's remote control against your head increase its range? 
Phone Scam - The Department of Communities has identified a phone scam that is currently targeting older West Australians. `The return scam involves a false invoice or shipping note for a product or service you did not order with an offer of a refund. Watch this video to find out how the scam works.
BRILLIANT PARENTING WEBSITE - The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and research group of Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. The Centre contributes to improving the health, development and wellbeing of children by identifying, synthesising and translating the best evidence to inform practice and parenting. 

If you believe a child is in immediate danger, call Police on 000.
If you or someone you know is in crisis, and you are unsure which service to contact, call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 or Lifeline on 13 11 14. Both are available from anywhere in Australia 24 hours a day (toll free) and provide generalist crisis counselling, information and referral services.
If you need to report an incident of child abuse or neglect, refer to the resource Reporting Abuse and Neglect: Information  

The significance of being 13 years old - As part of their privacy policies, social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube specify that users must be at least 13 years old. Parents may be unaware of this requirement. More Information 
Criminal offenders are highly skilled at exploiting new modes of communication to gain access to children and young people. Children and young people can easily access adults-only material if there are no protective mechanisms in place (Queensland Police, 2014). More Information
The City of Joondalup has launched its Regional Youth Driver Education (RYDE) program. The Shire of Gingin is able to participate in this program. RYDE helps young people (16 - 25 years) in the northern corridor take significant steps towards obtaining their driver’s licence, connecting them with trained volunteer driver mentors to complete the required 50 hours of supervised driving experience. Those keen to take part at Joondalup RYDE should contact RYDE provider. Prospective volunteer mentors can express their interest via email. More Information.
Try this free Stress Test Tool - There are some free online courses for you to consider based on your score. 
Out of Tender DFES Vehicles - To allow local farmers to received advance notification advising them of when DFES vehicles are being disposed of, you can register your interest on this website to receive automated advice of new listings. If you are experiencing any technical difficulties, please email or contact 1800 005 336 for assistance. As per the State Supply Act all government assets must be sold in an open and transparent manner. 
Falls Prevention Made Easy! - Are you looking to increase your knowledge of how you can 'Move Your Body' to prevent falls? Through the 'Stay On Your Feet®' program, you can access free online learning from the comfort of your own home and complete modules at your own pace. The new Move Your Body Online Learning Module allows you to improve your awareness and knowledge of the importance of strength and balance for healthy ageing and preventing falls. To complete the first Module, simply:
1.    Click here to go to the Online Learning page.
2.    Register for an account.
3.    Confirm your email address.
4.    You are now ready to learn!
For More Information. 

Build your balance to prevent falls - Building your balance is one of the best ways to avoid a fall. Quick responses by our bodies are needed to process information from our surroundings, allowing us to react and control our movements. Here are some simple tips and ways to build your balance each day.
Tennis Tip - How to power up your ace! - The serve is the most important stroke in tennis and can be the major difference between winning or losing. It requires focus, technique and coordination from all body segments to produce power. 
Why do you feel nauseous after all-out exercise? Here are some tips to reduce this phenomenon known as exercise-induced nausea and you don't need to panic, it's totally normal.
Renew Launches Green Rebuild Toolkit -  This Toolkit is designed to act as a step-by-step guide for homeowners looking to build and rebuild sustainably following and for a bushfire, and includes information and advice on: 
•    designing for your local climate as well as bushfire and climate risks;
•    sourcing appropriate materials and builders;
•    rainwater and power system solutions.
**Renew are facilitating a series of webinars from Tuesday, 1 June to Thursday, 10 June as part of the launch of the Toolkit. 

Stop wasting money on utility bills - join BillBuddy!
BillBuddy is an exciting new web and mobile app designed to help you reduce your utility bills and cost of living, as well as your environmental impact. The App has been developed by ClimateClever and as part of this pilot, you can sign up and use BillBuddy for free. 
Check out what's new on Deckee! 
Updated boat ramp informationSee the type of ramp, the number of parking bays, and other features.
Log your trips on the water!The new Trips feature displays your speed (kn), distance (n mile) and heading in real-time. It also records the total trip time and it can all be saved in the Logbook function with any notes you want to add for future reference.
Interactive aids to navigation for WATap on the icons for more information to help guide you to safe water.

Maintain your swing mooring this winter - Not regularly checking the condition of your mooring can have costly consequences, with large numbers of vessels breaking free and grounding in the first winter storms. Ensure your mooring buoy clearly displays your DoT number for easy identification and the mooring apparatus is in good condition. Regularly cleaning your mooring will assist identification and prolong its life.
Do you need a safety lanyard? - Skippers need to be aware of the lifesaving benefits of using a safety lanyard, especially when boating alone. The fixed throttle on most boat system means it will continue to move through the water even after you’ve been thrown overboard. You could be left stranded or you or others in the water could be hit by the moving vessel.
The WA Cultural Infrastructure Map can be used to search for a cultural facility or for future planning to grow WA’s cultural engagement and creative economy. Users can suggest a new or existing facility that is missing from the map, as well as provide information to update a facility’s details or location. Upload your community organisation details today!
My Community Directory lists organisations that provide services that are free or subsidised to the public in thousands of locations across Australia. It provides a common platform for Community Services organisations to list their services online, for free, as well as provide a source of up to date data for planning, referral and research. Upload your community organisation details today!
Grants & Opportunities
Are you a young person interested in agricultural technology?
The WAFarmers Bootcamp to Employment provides the perfect opportunity to kick start your career in the Ag-tech machinery industry. Bootcamp is a three-day program providing an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of and/or aptitude for precision control technology, drones, data management, and other aspects of the industry. Bootcamp also includes practical learning sessions with industry experts and builds vital employability skills such as workplace communication, teamwork, problem-solving, initiative, and preparing a professional CV. You will also be provided with the opportunity to meet and pitch yourself to prospective employers who may be looking for apprentices and trainees. You will be given guidance on presentation and confidence to assist in this process. 

Where: Muresk Institute in Northam
When: 13 July to 15 July 2021
Places in the Bootcamp are limited. Apply Today!
More information. Download the Bootcamp application form here

Training Pathways To Employment for the Young and Older Adult - Find out about job ready employment programs, construction accelerated Apprenticeship programs, skills ready half price courses and more. 
Make an impact on someone’s life today, it all starts here! 
CLOSES 29th July 2021
The Western Australian Community Achievement Awards are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses are making throughout regional Western Australia.
Do you know an individual, group, business or organisation who deserves to be recognised? 
Below is a list of categories that are now open:
•  Western Australia Regional Safety Award
•  Teaching Excellence Award  
•  Community Group of the Year Award 
•  Customer Service Award 
•  Economic Development Award
•  Making a Difference Award
Category winners will each receive $2,000 in prizes and a trophy. Every nominee will receive a certificate of achievement. The Awards are free to enter – and completing a nomination online is easy! If you are ready to start your nomination please go to the online portal here and select the category from the dropdown nomination award menu. Want to recognise someone but don't have the time? No problem all you need to do is click here - it takes only 2 minutes to complete the form and the award team does the rest! We’ll get in contact with them and have them complete the questions. It’s that easy! 
'** What could your group do with an extra $500? Closes 5 June 2021
Good news! You could win $500 just by sharing a landcare story. An extra cash boost might help to fund your local projects, set up a learning activity or help promote your landcare group. You can write about what your group has achieved, the best practices you use, or some fun facts about your local environment - whatever you like! Just post a story on Landcarer for your chance to win. The winner will be announced on June 5th - World Environment day. Landcarer, the free digital platform for the landcare community, is an easy-to-use tool to help you share, learn, and interact with like-minded individuals, groups, organisations and project stakeholders. Try it today.

In a Good Place Grants  Closes 8 June 2021
Up to $20,000 to provide support for community-driven initiatives that reduce social isolation, increase social participation and connectedness, and encourage people in regional communities who are at risk of, or are experiencing, mental health issues to seek help.

AMP's Tomorrow Fund Closes 9 June 2021
$5000 to $100,000 to fund Australians doing great things in the community in art to technology, science to social innovation and sport, film, fashion, music, medicine and more.

Arts 15k-Plus Grant Program Closes 10 June 2021
$15,000 to $60,000 to support the development and growth of a vibrant sector that promotes the participation and active engagement of Western Australian communities in high quality arts and cultural experiences.

Woolworths Organic Growth Fund Closes18 June 2021
To continue serving customers’ growing appetite for organic produce, Woolworths is providing grants and interest-free loans to farmers looking to convert to, or expand, organic production. 

Maccas Junior Sports Grant   Closes 30 June 2021
For equipment, uniforms or something else that encourages participation in sport. 

Local Sporting Champions Closes 30 June 2021
Provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships. If successful, applicants will receive $500-$750 towards the cost of attending their championships.

Caravan Park Defibrillator Subsidy Program  Closes 30 June 2021
Up to $1,000 per unit available on a dollar for dollar matched funding basis to encourage caravan park operators to install the devices.   

2021 Australia Post Community Grants Program Closes 4 July 2021
Up to $10,000 for eligible community-led, local projects that help improve connection and mental health and wellbeing in a community.

Children's Week Closes 31 July 2021
Up to $500. The event/activity must be held during Children’s Week 23 October 2021 – 31 October 2021. 

Growing Leaders Scholarship Closes 31 July 2021
Two scholarships valued at $15,500 are available to take part in Leadership WA’s 10-month Signature Leadership program. 

Budget Direct Sponsorship  Closes 30 September 2021
$1,000, $2,500, or $5,000 available to create happy and healthy communities. 

Job Maker Hiring Credit Scheme Up to  6 October 2021
The JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme is an incentive for businesses to employ young job seekers aged 16–35 years. Eligible employers can access the JobMaker Hiring Credit for each eligible additional employee they hire.     

2021-22 Saluting Their Service Closes 8 February 2022
Preserve Australia’s wartime heritage, a wide range of projects and activities that highlight the service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations; and promote appreciation and understanding of the experiences of service and the roles that those who served have played in shaping the nation. Two types of grants available. Community and Major.
Nominations are open for the 2021 State and Territory Landcare Awards. It's time to celebrate and acknowledge the landcare champions from rural communities excelling in sustainable agricultural practices, environmental protection, conservation of land and waterways, coastlines and biodiversity. There are eight national landcare award categories to choose from: Individual Landcarer Award, Partnerships for Landcare Award, Landcare Farming Award, Coastcare Award, Landcare Community Group Award, Woolworths Junior Landcare Team Award, and the Young Landcare Leader Award. For more information or to nominate.
Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards  Closes 27 August 2021
Any individual or organisation in the community can enter their community into the Awards, which are not all about being tidy, but also about being sustainable. With seven categories, diverse community projects will be able to be entered. Eligible projects are those started, maintained, or completed between July 2020 and June 2021. Communities are assessed on doing the best with what they have. See 2020 finalists and winners here.
•    Register your community here.
•    Submissions due by 27 August.
•    Be prepared for a judging visit in September, 
•  To attend the State Awards event at Optus Stadium in November.
Find out how Digital Solutions - Australian Small Business Advisory Services program is supporting small businesses AND NOW Not For Profit commercial organisations with low cost, high quality advice on a range of digital solutions to help them meet their business needs and grow digital capability.
Lotterywest is returning to grant making under the Community Investment Framework 1 July 2021.
The Community Investment Framework sets out five key priority areas and desired outcomes to benefit the Western Australian community. 

Healthway WA provides funding up to $20,000 to eligible groups in WA to support the prevention and reduction of alcohol-related harm by developing and implementing local campaigns that reflect state-wide Alcohol Think Again campaign goals, key messages and target groups. Available to community groups, health, sporting clubs and education. 
In National Volunteer Week, communities within the Shire of Gingin celebrated the significant contribution made by their volunteers. Never has this been more deserved where we have dealt with drought, devastating bushfires, floods and then a global pandemic. This 'Thank You' Dinner and dance was held to acknowledge volunteers for the positive difference they make to our communities. 

**To the volunteers who were present and to the volunteers unable to attend due to other commitments, the distance to travel and reduced numbers as a result of Covid Restrictions THANK YOU for the roles you undertake in creating stronger, safer and more connected communities, adding immeasurable value to life within the Shire of Gingin. **  

This year’s National Volunteer Week theme was to RECOGNISE. RECONNECT and REIMAGINE volunteering.
  • RECONNECT - To what is important by giving our time to help others and ourselves. 
  • RECOGNISE - To celebrate and thank volunteers for the vital role they play in our lives. 
  • REIMAGINE - How we can better support volunteers and communities they help. 
The Volunteer Recognition event was possible due to support from businesses, Community Associations and groups. Funding was received from Volunteering WA and Lotteywest to recognise volunteers in National Volunteering Week (NVW). The Shire of Gingin, Woodridge Community Association, Ledge Point Community Association and the Lancelin Community Resource Centre successful NVW grant recipients, joined their grant funding to be able to acknowledge all volunteers within the Shire of Gingin. A huge thank you to the Gingin Recreation Group who applied for this funding, however were unsuccessful.  
To apply for NVW funding each of the grant applicant groups was required to gain support letters from local community organisations; a total of 20 letters. To provide the opportunity for community members, associations and businesses to be a part of this event, and to thank a volunteer, there was a raffle draw with gifts donated. 120 gifts were drawn to thank a volunteer. Invitations for volunteers were provided by each grant funded organisation with 320 volunteers registered to attend. Without a collaborative effort from all people involved, this event would not have occurred. 
THANK YOU to the following groups, people, and businesses for their contribution towards the Volunteer Dinner and Dance Saturday 22 May 2021 - Martin Aldridge, Shane Love, Christian Porter, WCS Concrete, Want Plumbing Services, Tronox, Julie Drummond - Local Goats Cheese, Image Resources, Lancelin CRC, Go Organics, Branchys Holiday Homes, GinGym, Moore River Holidays, Bio Tune Chiropratic, Reagans Ridge, Wootra Farm Asparagus Bindoon, Bindoon Estate, Gingin Gin, Feathers of Australia, St John Lancelin /Woodridge, Seabird Tavern, Cellarbrations Two Rocks, BWS Two Rocks, The Treasure Trove Gingin, Jim -Trandos Farms, Gingin Trading, Rae's Nails and Beauty Parlour, Gingin Chiro Clinic - Dr Kevin Giang, Gingin Florists, Cellarbrations Gingin, Gingin IGA, The Spot Surf and Skate Yanchep, Seaview Park Community Association, Moore Sands Resources, Two Rocks IGA, Lancelin Cafe & Pizza, Seabird Café, Lancelin IGA, Lancelin Surf, Lancelin Endeavour Tavern, Lancelin Mechanical & Towing, Moore River Region & Gingin Visitor Centre, Borello Group, Gingin Mens Shed, North Coast News & Gifts Two Rocks, Lancelin Beach Hotel, Moore Clothes, Coffeez N Motion, Lancelin Bottleshop & Liquor Store, Lancelin Primary School, Lancelin Holiday Accommodation & Tourist Information Centre, Lancelin Hardware, Lancelin Post Office & Newsagency, Ledge Point Trading, W & J Greenwell, Gingin Premium Meats, Café Verge 301,Loose Leaf Lettuce Company, Gingin Country Values Real Estate, Elli Dom Produce -Gingin Jam, Guilderton Country Club, Moore River Roadhouse, Wendys Asian Kitchen Lancelin, Sharnas Assorted Oils, Seabird Community Association, T & C Do & Sons, Borello Beef, Lauren and Jonathon Boys, David Roe, Rob Briggs- 'For the love of food', Kelly Gardner, Gingin Chittering Lions Club and volunteers on the night, Jodie, Amy, Helen, Miranda, Les, Aaron, Zach, Alex, Genesia, Phil, Gordon, Andre, Frank, Simon, Scott, Leigh, Jenny Walker, Jan Court, Linda Balcombe, Frank Johnson, Kim Rule and Gingin Police Sergeant Dave Harnett and Shaun  Champ (DFES). Due to the number of people involved in this event, my sincere apology if I have missed someone. Please contact me to amend my error in this instance. If you are interested in contacting these businesses, community groups and services please connect with Helen Sutherland / / 0419 604 101. 
The Volunteering Resource Hub includes over 350 resources to help volunteers, experienced or new, embrace  volunteer involvement in their everyday practice.
End of Financial Year Fundraising Guidebook
Not For Profit Law
Five ways you can support your volunteers - 
1. Read this free volunteer guide - For practical examples, template documents and tips to assist in your understanding of the key legal obligations organisations owe volunteers, take a look at this comprehensive guide. Read the guide
2. Read the youth volunteer factsheet - If you’re engaging volunteers who are under 18-years-old, take a look at this factsheet which provides an overview of the legal issues you need to consider.  Read the factsheet
3. Understand your legal obligations - Use this tool to help your understanding of the key legal obligations that not-for-profit organisations have towards volunteers. Use the tool
4. Watch a free webinar - Watch this free webinar to find out the top drafting tips and some key clauses you should be thinking about. Watch the webinar
5. Get free legal advice - Does your employment agreement template need a refresh? Is your constitution out of date and making governing hard? Do you need a lease renegotiated and don't know where to start? Justice Connect expert lawyers can provide free legal advice on a broad range of issues to eligible not-for-profits, community organisations and social enterprises. They can also refer organisations to one of their 50+ member law firms for free help. Apply now

Updated ATO webpage on community sheds and DGR - The ATO has updated its community/ Men's shed webpage to provide more information on open membership as well as examples. 
The ATO offer a range of services, tools and support to help not-for-profit (NFP) administrators manage their organisation's tax and super affairs. Including a not-for-profit line – our premium advice service – to call if you have questions. Watch this video to hear about further free service to help your organisation's tax obligations. 

Closing the borders! - When Australia closed its borders on 20 March 2020, it triggered an unprecedented demographic event - a flow of overseas migrants slowed to a trickle overnight. By September 2020, Australia had experienced the first quarterly decline in population on record, and if the trend continues, will see the first decline in annual population change since World War 1. An event such as this has myriad flow-on effects, some of which can be quite unexpected. For more insights to allow all businesses (particularly utilities, education providers, building and construction) who are tasked with delivering infrastructure and services, to assess the impact these changes will have on their business click here

Keeping the roads safe-
1. Drink Driving: Find out more on how alcohol affects you and blood alcohol levels.
2. Drugs and Driving: Find out how different drugs affect your driving.
3. Roadside Drug Testing: Understand what it is and how they detect drugs.

CANVA is a graphic & visual design software tool available online with access to free pre-designed templates. Easy to use for that quick community event promotion! Worth a look. 

Is your club a Good Sports club? - Join over 10,000 sporting clubs across Australia who are changing the face of community sport and inspiring a healthier sporting nation. Join Today!
The WA Department of Transport has been supporting Digital Earth Australia (DEA) in the development of the newly released maps of DEA Coastlines. This free dataset maps coastal change since 1988 for the entire Australian coastline. The product will be updated annually and is free to access. 
For more information, see DEA Maps

Get the data  
10 essential tasks at end of financial year - The end of the financial year is fast approaching and it is an important time for your small business. Find out how to prepare for the end of the financial year to get your business organised and work smarter in the year ahead.
The COVID-19 vaccination booking system is an online process for booking and confirming vaccination appointments at community and hospital-based vaccination clinics in WA. 
The VaccinateWA booking system can be accessed at Roll up for WA.
A new live vaccination dashboard provides updated visibility on WA’s vaccination rollout.
Support Resources For Families

Child Family Community Support Directory - Helplines, telephone and online counselling services for children, young people and adults in WA. 

National Drug Strategy Household Survey 2019 Results - More than 1 in 5 people (21%) had been verbally or physically abused, or put in fear by someone under the influence of alcohol in the previous 12 months, corresponding to 4.5 million Australians. Younger adults were disproportionately abused.  Watch this video on how abuse can impact the brain. Learning Brain and Survival Brain: How experience shapes behaviour (8:35 mins)

A National Guideline for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders. For parents and caregivers of children undergoing an assessment, and adults, this Guideline will help you to understand the process and ensure you are receiving appropriate clinical care.

How to talk to your GP about Mental Health

Tips for talking about consent
Early talks about consent and sexual consent can lay the groundwork for safe and healthy relationships. New resources from give parents and carers age-based tips on how to have these conversations. You can view the new resource here:
Consent and sexual consent: talking with children and teenagers;
Getting and giving sexual consent: talking with teenagers.

Kids health podcast
Hear from Paediatricians in the Kids Health Info podcast – a resource to educate parents on common child health topics. Does my child have ADHD? Late Walkers and Talkers plus more...

Bassinet safety - To ensure parents are making informed choices, Red Nose has released guidelines on how to use bassinets safely, including what to look for, what to avoid, and how to use them. 

List of Early Childhood multicultural books for celebrating diversity and similarity

Services Australia Information 
If you are affected by COVID-19 Information about support available to people affected by COVID-19. 
How to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination Provides instructions on how people can get their immunisation history statement, which records their COVID-19 vaccination status, through myGov, Express Plus Medicare mobile app, My Health Record or a helpline.
myGov Medicare online account help videos – Available in English, with the transcript for each video available in 21 languages. 
o    Link Medicare to myGov using a linking code
o    Link Medicare to myGov with your Medicare card
o    Update your personal details
JobSeeker payment Informs people of the support available if they are looking for work, lost their job, at risk of losing their job or cannot do their usual work or study for a short time.
Debt Restart audio – Explains the restart of debt repayments following the end of the debt pause in February 2021. Customers who experience challenges repaying their debt should contact Centrelink to discuss their situation. 

Tax time resources in languages other than English - To help you prepare and lodge your tax return, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) provides information in languages other than English. The information in languages is available on the ATO website. ATO also has a site available to request printed publications of tax resources. 

Information on call costs for Helpline/Counselling Services 1800 numbers:
Calls to 1800 numbers are free if you call from a landline telephone. These calls are also free for Telstra mobile customers. Please check with your mobile phone provider for further information regarding call costs.

13/1300 numbers - Calls to 13 or 1300 numbers are charged at local call rates when calling from a landline telephone. Higher rates apply when calling from a mobile phone. Please check with your mobile phone provider for further information regarding call costs.
What  is Squishy, Soft and Smells?
A great sensory dough that is perfect for messy play!
Bonus - You only need two ingredients to make.
Click here to see how to make fun foam dough. Click here to read about the benefit of Messy Play . 
Helen Sutherland
Community Development Officer
Mobile: 0419 604 101
Direct Tel: (08) 9575 5162
Amy Gibbs
Community Events & Services Officer
Direct Tel: (08) 9575 5162
Disclaimer - The Shire of Gingin does not endorse any other website and the information contained herein is not intended to be a source of advice or credit analysis with respect to the material presented and the information and/or documents contained in this newsletter do not constitute investment advice. 
In relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the information contained in this publication is generic and should not replace professional advice concerning individual circumstances. The pandemic continues to evolve rapidly and the accuracy of the information contained in this newsletter cannot be guaranteed should the situation have changed following the date of issue for this newsletter.
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