Clarence Plains Community Bus
In partnership with Clarendon Vale Primary, the Bayview Secondary College, Clarence Plains Youth Centre and Howrah Rotary the partnership manages a community bus that provides the community with access to programs, services and activities they may otherwise not have access to. If your service wants to know how they could get involved, please feel free to contact CVNC.
The Facing Up To It (FUTI) family violence project is a Clarence Plains initiative designed in consultation with our local community. FUTI provides a first contact person training workshop for those in the community who wish to know more about family violence and how to react when people disclose. For updates on training, resources or involvement checkout the FUTI website.
Living Well in Clarence
The Living Well in Clarence event, held on the Rosny Library Grounds, it happens on the first Saturday of November each year and celebrates all things that make you alive and well. The event has something for everyone in the local Clarence community and includes interactive exhibits and information booths.
One Community Together
One Community Together (OCT) is a collective impact group with a focus on safety in Clarence Plains. OCT comprises of 4 working teams community spaces, community life, activities and services and work and learning. Each area is working for positive change through a range of community members, services, business and other individuals coming together and establishing how to best meet the identified needs and goals of the community. Check out the One Community Together website for more information.
Grow Community Garden
The garden is a collaboration between the G.R.O.W steering committee, CVNC, CFC, Clarendon Vale Primary School, Bayview Secondary College, Community Shed, and 24 carrot. The community garden is a huge community asset and is available for use 24/7. Community members are encouraged to use the woodfired pizza oven regularly and be actively involved in the garden. The newly developed Grow community gardens Facebook page is a great way to keep updates on everything garden in Clarence Plains.
Clarence Plains Market
Running bi-monthly the market is held at the Grace Centre Rokeby. Designed by local community members to showcase what members of Clarence Plains and surrounds have to offer in the growers and crafter space. All stalls sell items that are handmade, home grown or locally produced.
Spaces are kept at an affordable cost and everyone is encouraged to book a stall or attend the event.
If you want to find out more head along to the Clarence Plains Growers and Crafters Facebook page
Initially the trailer idea came about by Crime stoppers and the trailbike committee as a way to help transport young people and their bikes to Cambridge Moto as just one of the initiatives they are working on to reduce illegal trailbike activity in Clarence. Built by Rosny College students with support of a range of business the trailer is now owned by the community and is used to support this initiative and others. The trailer is stored locally at the Grace Centre (11 Ralph Terrace Rokeby).
Other interested community groups within Clarence can also use the trailer. To find out more visit the One Community Together website.