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Anzac Day Services- Tuesday 25 April 2017

SUKEY HILL DAWN SERVICE

5:45am
The road up to the lookout will be closed to all traffic due to very  limited parking. 
Parking is available in the paddock at the bottom of the hill on Sukey Hill Road — please look for the signs.
The parking area will be open from 5am.
Complimentary buses will be provided.
Buses with limited seating will be available at 5.10am in front of the Shire Administration Building, Cranbrook.
Buses will then start ferrying people from the base of Sukey Hill at 5:20am.
Last bus up will be at 5.40am.
If walking please ensure you have a torch. A “Hi Vis” jacket is also recommended.

Thank you to the Watterson Family for providing the parking area for the service.

GUN FIRE BREAKFAST

The service will be followed by a Gun Fire breakfast at the Cranbrook Town Hall.
This breakfast is provided by the Shire of Cranbrook and the Cranbrook Men’s  Shed.

TENTERDEN SERVICE

9:30am
Assemble at the Tenterden War Memorial for the service and laying of wreaths.

CRANBROOK MARCH AND SERVICE

9:45am 
Begins at the corner of Gathorne and Gordon St.  
Followed by a wreath laying at the War Memorial and a service in the Cranbrook Hall.
 

ANZAC Day Services 2017

Fun Day Out

Last day of school holiday fun at Frederick Square Oval. Zorb Ball Soccer, Circus Workshop, Sauasage Sizzle, Prizes and Giveaways! For children and youth aged 0-18.

Monday 24 April 2017 @ 10am - 1pm

Click here for a copy of the Consent Form that needs to be signed and sent back to the Shire prior to the event. Alternatively a copy of the form can also be obtained from the Shire of Cranbrook Administration Office or the Frankland River Community Centre.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Cranbrook Districts Motorcycle Club (CDMC)

Notice is hereby given that the Shire of Cranbrook has received a planning application for a proposed motocross facility on Lot 300 Sukey Hill Road, Cranbrook (known as Reserve 52284).  A Noise Management Plan for the motocross facility has also been lodged.  

The Shire is advertising both the planning application and Noise Management Plan for the motocross facility for 4 weeks.  The Noise Management Plan outlines alternative mechanisms for noise management in lieu of complying with prescribed assigned levels under the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.  

General information on Noise Management Plans is available on the Department of Environment Regulation (DER) - www.der.wa.gov.au as DER has a ‘Guide to management of noise from motor sport venues’.  

The Noise Management Plan and documents explaining the motocross facility are available for inspection at the Shire of Cranbrook Council offices, Gathorne Street, Cranbrook during office hours up to and including Friday 5 May 2017.

Submissions on the planning application and / or the noise management plan may be made in writing and sent to the Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Cranbrook, PO Box 21, Cranbrook WA  6321.  Submissions should be lodged on or before COB Friday 5 May 2017.

CDMC Noise Management Plan

CDMC Noise Monitoring Report

Cranbrook Show

The 20th Act-Belong-Commit Cranbrook Show is on Saturday 1st April

10am - 5pm at Frederick Square

Come along for this family fun day. Free entry.

For more info contact Cranbrook Tourism & Busniness Promotion Group, Bernie Climie 0407261123

Cranbrook Show

 

Australian Road Safety Awards Finalist

We are pleased to announce that the Shire of Cranbrook has been named as a finalist in the Australian Road Safety Awards, with the winners being announced in Melbourne on 22 March, 2017.

The Chief Executive Officer and Manager of Works prepared an application late last year and submitted early in January. The application was for an award under the category of ‘Local Government Initiatives’, which is sponsored by the Department of Transport NSW. In the application, we focused on the safety benefits gained from the closure of the Frankland-Cranbrook East Road (commonly referred to as the Northern Two Mile) and the impact the reduction in heavy vehicles has had on the safety of residents living in a built up area.

The Shire is ecstatic at being named a finalist in this national award, which is a reflection of the hard work and effort put in by all the staff currently working at the Shire.