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  • Community Idea
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    Edinburgh Gardens Sporting Community The Edinburgh Gardens Sporting Community is a collective of: · Fitzroy/Carlton Auskick · Fitzroy Football Club · Fitzroy Junior Football Club · Fitzroy Tennis Club · Edinburgh Cricket Club These clubs utilise a cluster of facilities within Edinburgh Gardens that incorporate the historic grandstand, community rooms and tennis pavilion. The ESGC have recognised a common set of issues attributed to this precinct that will constrain their ability to grow and promote community participation into the future. With the local population growing and female participation on the rise, the community’s passion for local sport is not met with facilities that are fit for purpose. Current facilities do not provide adequate space to participate, spectate or perform the administrative functions that support the day-to-day running of the clubs. The current scenario has culminated in two distinct problems that the EGSC hope can be addressed: · Enormous demand on shared facilities restricts the ability of clubs to foster and grow community participation · Outdated facilities stifle the precinct’s potential to be a leading example of community sport in Victoria Challenge 1: Enormous demand on shared facilities restricts the ability of clubs to foster and grow community participation · Clubs are reaching capacity. · Female participation is intensifying. · Demand on facilities is rising. Challenge 2: Outdated facilities stifle the precinct’s potential to be a leading example of community sport in Victoria · Current facilities are not fit for purpose. · The financial sustainability of clubs is at risk.
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  • Community Project
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    Plant out an existing abandoned bare industrial site in Yarraville with SUNFLOWERS. This 25 hectare site adjacent to the west gate freeway is underutilized. Image this site being transformed into a golden field of sunflowers. Not only would with be visually pleasing but it would decontaminate the site in a process of phytoremediation. This would be a massive bonus for the land owner as they wouldn't have the cost of trucking away contaminated top soil. There is also marketing benefits for the land owner as well. Students of local school could get involved in helping plant out the site. This would be an short term project to activate the site before it is redeveloped into residential. Overall this project has the potential to have environmental, social and educational benefits.
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  • Community Idea
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    A toy library, come toy swap, come pop-up interactive art space in North Melbourne for local families who are sick of their houses being clogged up with toys that their kids get sick of quickly. Families can visit the library, meet other families in their neighbourhood and have a cup of coffee.
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