We are a bi-monthly, not for profit community newspaper produced by local volunteers, the MDLC and Ferntree Gully Village Traders Inc.
- Car Park in Ferntree Gully Village?
- Blind Creek reimagined in Lewis Reserve
- Quarry Reserve – A Story of Community Action
- Conversations drive community safety work
- The passing of historian Helen Coulson
- Remembering Terry Potter
- Future Directions for Koolunga Native Reserve
- Storm Recovery Support from Eastern Community Legal Centre
- Knox Volunteer Resource Centre co-ordinator runner up in State Awards
- National Sorry Day 2022
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Tag Archives: Foothills Community Care
This year Foothills Community Care will host their 20th annual Ferntree Gully Christmas Lunch. Like everything currently, this will be in a Covid-friendly way and will be held on Christmas Eve, December 24 at St John the Baptist Parish Hall, … Continue reading
The Reverse Advent Calendar is about giving instead of receiving. Continue reading
Ferntree Gully News is saddened to witness the devastation caused to the Dandenongs and surrounds by the recent storms in June 2021. Continue reading
Message from Foothills Community Care It is no exaggeration to say that for many of us 2020 has been one of the toughest years we have faced. For many who are isolated and vulnerable, the social and economic impact of … Continue reading
We all are aware of how difficult this year has been for so many people, both locally and globally. So many struggling to make ends meet, as well as dealing with restrictions and isolation. Throughout this time there have been … Continue reading
Nick Wakeling, State MP for Ferntree Gully, recently visited Foothills Community Care. I recently visited Foothills Community Care in Ferntree Gully to see the great work they were doing in preparing meals and providing a range of support to help … Continue reading
We understand that times are tough. Imagine trying to isolate and stay as well as possible with nowhere to live, or trying to deal with this crisis when you are already financially disadvantaged. Our community partner Foothills Community Care is … Continue reading