Maldon Market Turns Two

Created: Friday, 23 October 2015

November 8th is a special day for the now extremely popular Maldon Market – it’s its second birthday.


And like any two-year-old’s party, there’s going to be fun, presents and music to help celebrate.


Even though it’s only two years old, the Maldon Market has become one of the most popular kids on the block when it comes to country markets. In its short but busy lifetime, it has given many community groups the opportunity to raise over $30,000 in funds to go towards projects, making the market a much-loved member of the local family.


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Created: Wednesday, 16 September 2015

The Spring edition of the Maldon Neighbourhood Centre Newsletter is out now!

We have an absolutely jam-packed programme of workshops, clubs, events and more - and we hope there is something for everyone. We are also working on the programme for next year so stay tuned for Astronomy Club, Simple Woodwork, Study and Work skills and lots more in 2016.

A good way to stay up-to-date is to pop in for a visit during opening hours 9 - 3pm weekdays, except Wednesdays or to follow us on Facebook

Spring Newsletter

The newsletter will be delivered to households with a 'no junk mail' sticker next week and will be available at the Maldon Neighbourhood Centre by the end of the week.

Outdoor Playspace to be Upgraded

Created: Thursday, 16 July 2015

Thanks to the generous support of the Foundation of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies, the Maldon Neighbourhood Centre has received $10 000 towards the upgrade and re-development of the outdoor playspace. We are looking for feedback on the Concept Drawings from interested members of the community. We will be seeking further funding to complete the work in stages over the coming year.

Maldon Neighbourhood Centre Playspace Concept Drawings

Please contact Amy on 5475 2093 or if you have any feedback your would like to contribute.


Created: Friday, 31 July 2015

Please complete our survey if you have children under 12 years and live in or near Maldon


The Maldon Neighbourhood Centre is conducting a survey of people living in Maldon and surrounds who have children under 12 years of age. We are trying to determine the childcare needs of residents, now and into the future. The lead researcher is Debbie Tolputt from Victoria University undertaking a Research Placement.


We are asking families/parents/carers who fit this criteria – even if families do not require childcare - to complete the survey.

The survey can also be downloaded here. Please return it to the Maldon Neighbourhood Centre, 1 Church St, Maldon 3463. Surveys will also be collected from key stakeholder such as the Maldon Pre-School, Maldon Primary School and others.


Please contact Amy Atkinson on 5475 25093 or if you would like more information.

Talent in our Midst

Created: Friday, 10 July 2015

Telling Stories is something that binds a culture and a community - and the sharing of stories is often the motivation for people to come along to Josie Emery’s class at the Maldon Neighbourhood Centre “Telling Stories: Professional Writing for Print, Stage or Screen”.

The Maldon Neighbourhood Centre has offered a Professional Writing course taught by Josie Emery since 2013. Josie Emery’s depth of experience spans universities, adult education, the national film school AFTRS and the national literature development program – the Literature Board of the Australia Council – for the federal government.  Josie is also a published author, script writer and editor.

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Spring Newsletter out now

Step into Spring with a full diary. There's lots to look forward to for Term 4 at MNC ... bus tours, woodwork and sewing courses, new community transp [ ... ]

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