About Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre

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Creeds Farm is a Community Governed Organisation

Creeds Farm Living & Learning Centre had it's Annual General Meeting on 18 November 2014.

Part of the meeting included a special resolution to accept a new set of rules for the organisation, as required by Community Affairs Victoria.

The membership also voted in the new Board.

The Annual Report and the new Rules can be found here.

Community Development

One of the strengths of Creeds Farm Living & Learning Centre is its dignified method of Community Development in program development and governance.

The CFLLC's approach respects the diversity of participants and promotes social inclusion for the purpose of individual health & wellbeing, as well as community safety.

Early engagement with community members has been on the agenda from the outset, and remains vital to the establishment of the Living & Learning Centre.

The construction, design, programming and governance of the educational Centre have all been underpinned by CD principles.

Lifelong Learning situated within a 'hub' of early childhood services, CFLLC has the scope to initiate and support lifelong learning beginning from the earliest years and beyond.

The Centre's relationships with educational institutions, industry representatives and community organisations establishes a spectrum of opportunities for all educational & skill development needs, regardless of age or interest.

Centre Manager

The Board of Management of Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre welcomes our Centre Manager, Max Sargent, who will work alongside the Board and our culturally diverse local community to foster community involvement, connection and ownership of Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre.

Creeds Farm LLC is situated in an emerging growth corridor community; the Centre has recently transitioned to a community governed Board which has been in operation for the past three years. Creeds Farm LLC is one of five living and evolving Eco-Demonstration Centres in the Greener Houses Network.

The Manager and volunteers will facilitate the Centre's contribution to building a strong, vibrant and connected community.

The Manager's key responsibilities include:

  • Facilitate & support community members & organisations to work collaboratively to provide local opportunities.
  • Be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the centre, which includes a part time CoWorking centre.
  • Resource and support the expansion of the community governance of the organisation.
  • Recruit and support our volunteers who assist the manager and enable the centre operations.

The Manager and Centre can be contacted on 9023 4606 and by email at manager@cfllc.org.au.