On a cool 2 July evening we were pleased to see 15 members at our meeting.
Lennox Village Vision (LVV). 500 submissions were submitted via the online survey to Ballina Shire Council (Council). Lennox Head Chamber of Commerce has been active in discussions with approximately 85% of local businesses to date to ascertain concerns and preferences for traffic flow.
Good news for sub-committees
The Boomerang Bags team has been surprised by the demand for Bought-to-Support bags, soon to be sold for $5 each at IGA, Lennox Hotel and Shell service station. Borrow-and-Reuse bags are available for free at Seagrass, Seek&Husk, Nixon Bulk Foods and Jordan’s Farm. So it’s all hands-on-deck at sewing bees on the first and third Saturday afternoons each month at the CWA Hall to meet demand. More info at https://www.facebook.com/boomerangbagslennoxhead.
Lennox Head’s own surfing book – Surfing Lennox – From Then to Now is on sale at an outlet near you. Compiled by the local volunteer Surfing Lennox Crew, it has been a real community effort. The Heritage Committee now has an enviable and valuable collection of the journey of surfing in Lennox from the 1940s to preserve and share. The book is an enjoyable read and great gift, so duck in to pick up your copy in local book stores.
Coast Care have upgraded their tools. You’ll see them out and about with new cordless models. No longer needing to lug a heavy generator around the village and beaches, the team is more flexible in their activities.
Upcoming meetings: Mondays 6 August, 3 September and 1 October 2018 from 7pm in the CWA Hall.
Feedback is encouraged by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook at Lennox Head Residents’ Association.