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Making a difference - What is one thing you will do to help make Launceston the best it can be?

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Peter Murden
on 14th January 2020
 

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  • Beaconsfield
  • Blackstone Heights
  • Campbell Town
  • Cressy
  • Deloraine/Mole Creek
  • Dilston
  • East Launceston
  • Evandale
  • Exeter
  • Georgetown region
  • Hadspen/Carrick
  • Invermay
  • Kings Meadow
  • Legana/Riverside
  • Longford/Perth
  • Mayfield
  • Mowbray
  • Newnham
  • Newstead
  • Norwood
  • Prospect
  • Prospect Vale
  • Punchbowl
  • Ravenswood
  • Riverside
  • Rocherlea
  • Ross
  • South Launceston
  • St Leonards
  • Summerhill
  • Trevallyn
  • Waverley
  • West Launceston
  • Westbury
  • Youngtown
Care
  • Arts and culture
  • Celebrating diversity
  • Climate and the environment
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Education and employment
  • Enhancing public spaces
  • Enjoying recreational activities
  • Equity and inclusion
  • Growing the economy
  • Helping others
  • Housing and accommodation
  • Knowing what's on
  • Meeting essential needs
  • Seniors making a difference
  • Supporting local

We invite you to help Launceston become one of the great regional cities of the world.

Often it is the little things that can make a difference. Some challenges and opportunities are more complex and need support.

That is why we have come up with the Great Regional City Challenge. We warmly invite you and your community to become actively engaged in making Launceston one of the great regional cities of the world. So please, if you're not already, help to make this region the best it can be.

YOUR PROJECT could get part of a $100,000 prize fund plus project support.

👉 https://launcestontogether.com.au/how-it-works

Comment added by Stephen McCarthy | 5 months ago

I would like to be involved in a community run business that raises money for the local community. A community hub that may include an opportunity shop and repair cafe. Managed entirely by a committee of volunteers and trying to involve as many volunteers as possible, both men and women. The town of Sheffield in Tasmania has a proven business model. Money raised could help many groups that struggle to get funding, one being performing arts theatre.




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