Activate Beaufort Street Workshop

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The City of Stirling is working with the Town Team Movement and the Beaufort Street Network to help make Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley an even better place to live, work, and play.

Join us for an interactive and 'Locally-led' Beaufort Street Activation Planning Workshop on Wednesday 11 September from 6pm until 8pm at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club (corner Storthes and Rookwood Streets, Mount Lawley).

This is your chance to meet passionate locals, get involved in making things happen and build an even stronger Beaufort Street Community.

Please register for the workshop.


The City of Stirling is working with the Town Team Movement and the Beaufort Street Network to help make Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley an even better place to live, work, and play.

Join us for an interactive and 'Locally-led' Beaufort Street Activation Planning Workshop on Wednesday 11 September from 6pm until 8pm at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club (corner Storthes and Rookwood Streets, Mount Lawley).

This is your chance to meet passionate locals, get involved in making things happen and build an even stronger Beaufort Street Community.

Please register for the workshop.


Consultation has concluded
  • Thank you for attending the Town Team ‘Activate Beaufort Street’ workshop

    about 1 month ago

    Thank you to everyone that attended last night’s Town Team ‘Activate Beaufort Street’ workshop at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club.

    The workshop was well attended with great activation ideas flowing from all participants that included a mix of local businesses and local residents.

    City or Stirling Mayor Mark Irwin opened proceedings, with the workshop then facilitated by Dave Snyder, Place Leader at the Town Team Movement, and Karen Hinds, Acting Chair of the Beaufort Street Network.

    The City looks forward to consolidating all the outcomes of the workshop and working with our partners to help make Beaufort...

    Thank you to everyone that attended last night’s Town Team ‘Activate Beaufort Street’ workshop at the Mount Lawley Bowling Club.

    The workshop was well attended with great activation ideas flowing from all participants that included a mix of local businesses and local residents.

    City or Stirling Mayor Mark Irwin opened proceedings, with the workshop then facilitated by Dave Snyder, Place Leader at the Town Team Movement, and Karen Hinds, Acting Chair of the Beaufort Street Network.

    The City looks forward to consolidating all the outcomes of the workshop and working with our partners to help make Beaufort Street an even better place to live, work and play.

    To keep updated with information, stay tuned to Your Say Stirling.

    Thanks again to everyone involved.