Thursday, November 26th, 2009 - City of Cockburn
THE Cockburn Community and Cultural Council has celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2009, marked by a special morning tea for the occasion.

Established in 1974, the cultural council’s aim is to sponsor, encourage and promote artistic, cultural and leisure-time activities within the City of Cockburn.

It meets monthly at the old council chambers in Hamilton Hill and is an umbrella organisation for several art and cultural groups operating from the building.

Cockburn Mayor Logan Howlett said the Cockburn Community and Cultural Council had made a valuable contribution over the past 3½ decades, helping to enrich the lives of residents in the city.

“The cultural council has been at the forefront of promoting arts and culture to the community and should be commended for its efforts over the years,” he said.

“Cultural events support Cockburn as a destination for visitors and, more importantly, contribute to the value of the lifestyle that entices people to live here.”

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Cockburn Mayor Logan K Howlett and Cockburn Community and Cultural Council president Bill Wallington with special 35th anniversary bottles of wine to mark the occasion.

A cultural slice… Cockburn Mayor Logan K Howlett, Cockburn Community and Cultural Council president Bill Wallington and Arlene Crane cut the birthday cake.

Pat Dunn, Peter Fallon and Jan Ashworth at the Cockburn Community and Cultural Council’s 35th anniversary morning tea.

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The City of Cockburn celebrates its 30th birthday in 2009, regarded as one of Perth’s fastest growing and culturally-diverse local governments.

With a population of about 80,000, it has grown into one of Perth’s most dynamic and successful areas. The population is made up of a large percentage of children, families and seniors, and a large percentage of people born overseas (28.8%).

As a developing city, Cockburn has a good mix of residential, rural and conservation areas and has more than 2000 businesses. The City of Cockburn, as a council, has a continuing mission to make the area the most attractive place to live, work and visit in the metropolitan area.
Chantelle O'Sullivan
P: (08) 9411 3605
W: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au

Bill Wallington, President, Cockburn Community and Cultural Council

P: (08) 9337 3814

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