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WHILE the doors of the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre Manager are closed, the services and support of the Centre are still available.
THE Senior Citizens Centre is hosting a free pamper day next Wednesday, April 14 for those who may be experiencing hardships and need to take some time away from everyday pressures.
LAST night Council passed a motion to move the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) to Campbell’s Corner and assess if the building could be the new home for the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre (SNRC).
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LEE Watts, manager of the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre said she is pleased to have worked out a solution for the all-ability access play park with the Upper Hunter Shire Council, with the proposed relocation from Amaroo Park to the Bill Rose Sports Complex in Scone. Read more…
SCONE.COM.AU will be implementing a paywall on Wednesday, July 1 to ensure independent regional news remains viable through challenging times and the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre will be able to help readers who would prefer to use cash or cheque to subscribe.
THE current pandemic has brought to light a range of people in our community who have been isolated for some time and the help from the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre is set to continue well after self-isolation restrictions are lifted,
THE Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre can help our community during self-isolation. If you need support or you can volunteer,