Our future - Have your say!

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We know listening to our community is one of the most important ways to make the future amazing, so Councillors and the Community Development Officers are "out and about" in our region, ready to listen to your comments and ideas.

It only takes a minute or two to have your say and make a difference, so please click here to share your opinions, thoughts and ideas.

We know listening to our community is one of the most important ways to make the future amazing, so Councillors and the Community Development Officers are "out and about" in our region, ready to listen to your comments and ideas.

It only takes a minute or two to have your say and make a difference, so please click here to share your opinions, thoughts and ideas.

  • Park Run in Pittsworth

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    22 Apr 2020
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    Park Run is held in Pittsworth every Saturday morning with many locals and visitors attending each week. They run a 5km identified course around the showgrounds and along the Railway Street footpath. A great morning was had by about 25 participants on Saturday 9 June, with Toowoomba Regional Council supporting the event by providing a lamington cake to celebrate Queensland Day in the many outer regional towns. TRC staff member Ann D'Arcy (Community Development Officer) participated in the run also. It was a great morning, perfect weather, great people to walk/run and with no expectation to compete. It is totally about participating and doing your personal best.

    Congratulations to a great local team co-ordinating this Park Run each week in Pittsworth.
  • Councillor Visits for Regional Areas - Friday 15th June 2018

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    14 Jun 2018

    Friday 15 June 2018

    Pittsworth/Southbrook Crs O’Hara Sullivan and Cahill

    Millmerran Cr Glasheen

    Oakey/Bowenville Crs Ramia and O’Shea

    For more information contact the local CDO through 131TRC.


  • New Gym Equipment for Henry Stuart Russell park - Cecil Plains

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    06 Jun 2018
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    With the opening of the Cecil Plains gym in Henry Stuart Russell Park on Sunday, more than two years of effort has paid off. The Cecil Plains Lions Club has worked hard to put together this tribute to the 2017 Lions International 100 years of service and the Australian 70 years of service. The Lions are most grateful to the Queensland Government Gambling Community Benefit Fund, Toowoomba Regional Council and the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal for joining with the Lions to provide such a valuable health incentive. Already the reports are that it is well used and we encourage everyone to come on down to the park and test it out.


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  • Highfields QCWA Branch up and running!

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    17 May 2018
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    The Highfields Queensland Country Women’s Association Branch was officially launched at the Highfields Tavern on Wednesday 18April, with a foundation membership of 32 people ranging in age from 28 to 80.

    Foundation executive members are pictured below (from left) Sandra Turner treasurer, Gladys McKay vice president, Sandra Williams president, Pat Williams vice president, Cassandra McGuire publicity officer, Peggy Boardman vice president and Maureen Knights secretary.

    Anyone wishing to join the new branch or wanting more information can contact Sandra Williams phone 0407 736 790 or email highfieldsqcwabranch@gmail.com
  • Millmerran Poppies for ANZAC Day

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    17 May 2018
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    Millmerran was alive with colour for the Anzac celebrations with 9000 red and purple poppies lining the centre garden beds of the main street. Members of the Millmerran Downs Bushwhackers craft group, along with other community-minded residents, knitted, crocheted, sewed and glued the poppies in a labour of love. Each poppy was a symbol of the thousands of Australian lives lost in overseas wars since the 1890s. The red poppies signify the soldiers and the purple poppies the animals that served beside them. The poppies not only showed respect for the many servicemen and women who laid down their lives but also the depth of community spirit alive and well in Millmerran.


  • Pittsworth Men's Shed Supports Community

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    17 May 2018
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    Pittsworth Men's Shed members constructed a picnic table and chairs to be installed at the Court House Corner (corner of Yandilla and Short Streets, Pittsworth) for everyone to use. This project is only one part of a larger project by the community in making an unused space into something that is user friendly, attractive to travellers and tourists and enhances the main town centre. This table and chairs were then installed by TRC staff from both Construction and Maintenance and Parks and Gardens. What a great team with local community members and Council both making the little town of Pittsworth somewhere special to visit. Watch this space for further improvements and additions.

    A big thank you to both Men's Shed members and TRC Staff.