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|5 Dec 2023||
2023 Armadale Hills Arts Trail a roaring success
The 2023 Armadale Hills Arts Trail has once again proven to be a huge success, with the 2023 showcase setting several new records. The event was held in November, marking a change from previous years. A total of 45 artists showcased their work, and a record 937 individual sales garnered $80, 648.50 for the local artists. This is a 48% increase in individual sales from 2022, and over a 50% increase in total sales revenue. Attendance figures show 3440 visitors for 2023, up from 2998 in 2022.
|5 Dec 2023||
City of Armadale hosts tree protection seminar
The City of Armadale, in association with Arboriculture Australia, was proud to host a seminar on tree protection at the Kim Fletcher Gallery in Armadale District Hall. The seminar was enjoyed by multiple City business units and saw attendees from other local governments and businesses. Presenter Mark Hartley is a consulting arborist with over 30 years in the industry. Arboriculture Australia brought Mark to Perth to share his expertise and experience that comes from presenting tree seminars all over the world.
|4 Dec 2023||
Winners announced for 2023 Armadale Writers Award
The winners of the 2023 Armadale Writers Award were announced on Friday 1 December 2023, during a presentation at the Armadale Library. Congratulations to Tania Park (1st prize), Stefanie Koens (2nd prize), and Joel Huey (3rd prize) for their winning stories. This creative writing competition is in its seventh year and is open to adult writers living in Western Australia. This year saw over 100 entries submitted. The Armadale Writers’ Award not only acknowledges excellence in writing, but also cultivates Western Australian writing talent.
|29 Nov 2023||
Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre hosts Christmas Scavenger Hunt
The Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre and The City of Armadale have created a Christmas Scavenger Hunt for kids to enjoy in the leadup to Christmas. Working in partnership with Storytowns Audio Tours, this immersive podcast style Christmas Scavenger Hunt will run from Friday 24 November 2023 – Sunday 24 December 2023.
|28 Nov 2023||
Roleystone Locals help to light up amidst festive fun
Roleystone residents Phil and Julie Davey are just two homeowners in the City of Armadale who have decked out their home with an array of Christmas themed lights, as part of the 2023 Connected Community Christmas Lights Trail competition. The community-minded couple have a fun-filled festive display at their home at 12 Lenore Street in Roleystone, which includes blowup Santas, oversized snowmen, a reindeer farm complete with baby reindeers, and a snow machine which sits on the roof and frequently showers visitors with a light dusting of snow.
|22 Nov 2023||
Community Christmas lights set to sparkle
There will be no holding back on the fairy lights next month, when local homes shine bright as part of the City of Armadale’s festive campaign to light up the lives of local families. The 2023 Connected Community Christmas Lights Trail is set to encourage local community members to get into the spirit of Christmas by adorning their homes with festive decorations and twinkling lights, while gaining the opportunity to win dozens of prizes, including two major prizes of $750 in cash.
|21 Nov 2023||
Inaugural Swap - Don’t Shop Saves 65kgs From Landfill
On Saturday 18 November 2023 at the Armadale District Hall, the community stepped up to fight textile waste at the City’s very first Swap - Don't Shop Fashion Gala. The free event was designed to inspire the community to sustainably refresh their wardrobes and combat textile waste that would normally end up in landfill. Shockingly Australians buy 15kg of clothing every year, disposing of 10kg per person nationally. This equates to 200,00 tonnes of clothing ending up in Australia’s landfill each year, with only 2% being recycled.
|17 Nov 2023||
Neerigen Brook Culvert Replacement and Traffic Diversion
The City of Armadale is notifying local residents regarding the upcoming traffic diversions required for the replacement of the Neerigen Brook Culvert, at the intersection of Carradine Road and Albany Highway.
|27 Oct 2023||
City of Armadale Local Government Election Results
The City of Armadale welcomes four new Councillors and four returning Councillors as well as a publicly elected Mayor following the Local Government elections on Saturday 21 October. Nine vacancies for the City of Armadale were filled:
|16 Oct 2023||
St John of God Health Care Commissions Remarkable Art Piece from Local Noongar Sewing Group
A remarkable fabric sewn artwork from the Women Elders Sewing Group has been commissioned by St John of God health Care to be displayed within the Armadale Head to Health mental health centre, which is set to open in Armadale at the end of October. The artwork centres on the theme of Mental Health Week, promoting mental health and wellbeing through the power of art.
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