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SCHOOL WORKSHOP – Crookwell Public School As part of the Share R Streets project (partnership between Upper Lachlan Shire Council, Southern Tablelands Arts and the NSW Government) a workshop was held at Crookwell Public School with our 99 Goulburn Street mural artist and education officer, Sally O’Neill. Sally ran through a workshop with 51 students

March 23, 2021

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Crookwell’s Celebrate R Streets event

Drawing attention to the temporary amenities and artworks installed as part of the Share R Streets program, a Celebrate our Streets event took place in Crookwell on Saturday 13 March, starting with events in the Pat Cullen Reserve alongside the newly installed temporary outdoor table tennis table. Activities included a free BBQ, a bouncy castle, …

March 13, 2021

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Community Consultation – Share R Streets

Upper Lachlan Shire Council understands the importance of community consultation in placemaking. The SASS grants have provided an opportunity to test new ideas in our communities. All proposed concepts are based on previous community consultation such as the recent Local Strategic Planning Statement, the 2018 Streetscape Project including school engagement

November 23, 2020

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Project updates – Share R Streets

In order to deliver the streetscape enhancements, some temporary changes will be implemented during the project period. There will be updates on this as the project progresses: Road closures Parking changes Public space works Tradespeople working on the amenities block from 16th November Mural artists working Roberts Street and amenities block

November 23, 2020

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FAQ – Share R Streets

Why are we regenerating the amenities area? It is a fantastic public space that is in need of some rejuvenation Add to art and culture in Crookwell through public art Increase urban greening Support a multifunctional space Why are we testing a cycle lane/pedestrian linkage from the main street to Pat Cullen Reserve? To improve …

November 23, 2020

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What is a Parklet?

A Parklet is a small space serving as an extension of the pavement to provide amenity and greenspace for people using the street Streets have multiple functions, they are not just for vehicles. Parklets contribute to this idea. They are important for retail and commercial business, places for people to enjoy, they add diversity, provide …

November 23, 2020

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Council to progress plans for new Crookwell pool complex

July 16, 2020

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