Come along and meet your community
Being a part of the Community Association is rewarding. By becoming a financial member, you can vote on projects happening in Mt Victoria. Working bees, art projects, tidying up the village, connecting with Council, projects in our village and more… have a say and even initiate your own project! Being a part of the Community Association is a great way to make positive impact here in Mount Victoria.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month. 7:30pm at St Peters Church Hall, Great Western Hwy Mount Victoria (parking at rear in Ailsa St). Come along and have a cup of tea and piece of cake afterwards.
The current Mt Victoria Community Association Management team is:
President: Denise Douglas
Vice President: Scott McClymont
Secretary: Lisa Sampson
Treasurer: Vanessa Gray
3 committee members:
In addition to the elected Management Committee positions, the following unelected positions are presently held:
Public Officer Margaret Gough
Convenor of the Great Train Weekend Mina Howard
The MVCA aims to do a town drop of the community newsletter quarterly.
DEADLINES FOR QUARTERLY NEWSLETTERS:
March edition (Happenings for Jan-March: all content to be received by 1st Feb)
June edition (Happenings for Jun-Aug: all content to be received by 1st May)
Sept edition (Happenings for Sept-Nov: all content to be received by 1st Aug)
Dec edition (Happenings for Dec-Feb: all content to be received by 1st Nov)
If you can volunteer delivering newsletters anywhere in Mt Victoria, please let us know.
Any enquires please send an email to our email@example.com.
Would you like to submit an event to our newsletter?
This website and community newsletters are sponsored by the Mount Victoria Community Association and are maintained by our Publicity Officer. Please feel free to submit content – there is no guarantee that all will be entered. Content approval is by the executive of the association.
Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners
The Mount Victoria Community Association Inc acknowledges that Mount Victoria is located on the traditional lands of the Darug and Gundungurra Nations.