Community Newsletter Panel - Expression of Interest

Submissions for Penrith Community Newsletter Panel are no longer being accepted. This study has been left here for reference purposes only.

We’re calling for community members to be part of a panel to provide feedback to Council’s Corporate Communications team on our new 2020 Community Newsletter.

If you have an interest in providing feedback to Council on how you would like to receive our new newsletter and on what should be included in each issue – we’d like to hear from you.

Local residents are invited to register their interest to join a Community Panel to provide input to the new proposed 2020 Community Newsletter. Panel members will be required to attend one x 2 hour session at the Penrith Civic Centre with other residents and Council Officers.

There will be two sessions to choose from, being:

EITHER:

Thursday 21 November
6pm – 8pm

OR

Friday 22 November
10am – 12pm (noon)

Members will be asked to provide feedback on the size, frequency and content of Council’s new community Newsletter.


Submissions for Penrith Community Newsletter Panel are no longer being accepted. This study has been left here for reference purposes only.

We’re calling for community members to be part of a panel to provide feedback to Council’s Corporate Communications team on our new 2020 Community Newsletter.

If you have an interest in providing feedback to Council on how you would like to receive our new newsletter and on what should be included in each issue – we’d like to hear from you.

Local residents are invited to register their interest to join a Community Panel to provide input to the new proposed 2020 Community Newsletter. Panel members will be required to attend one x 2 hour session at the Penrith Civic Centre with other residents and Council Officers.

There will be two sessions to choose from, being:

EITHER:

Thursday 21 November
6pm – 8pm

OR

Friday 22 November
10am – 12pm (noon)

Members will be asked to provide feedback on the size, frequency and content of Council’s new community Newsletter.