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BRICK building enthusiasts inspired by the hit Lego Masters TV show can hone their skills and talents by joining Frankston’s Lego Club. The club runs sessions every two weeks to provide a space for Lego lovers to exercise their ever expanding imaginations. The mayor Michael O’Reilly said

the club is “a great opportunity for children of all ages to test their skills. “If you have your very own amazing Lego creator at home, why not bring them down to the Frankston Library after school to meet other like-minded Lego lovers,” he said. “Our famous Lego Club runs every

second Wednesday night after school and there’s no bookings required.” Children of all ages are welcome. Children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Sessions run from 4pm until 5pm at 60 Playne Street. The next day the club meets will be 15 May.


MAY 2019

Road and rail changes in Carrum To allow Carrum Level Crossing Removal works to progress, there are changes to the way you travel in May.



At 10pm Friday 17 May the Station Street, Carrum level crossing will close permanently. Pedestrians can continue to use the Station Street level crossing.

Drivers travelling between McLeod Road and Nepean Highway can cross the rail line at Mascot Avenue, Bonbeach via the new Karrum Karrum Bridge.

Buses replace trains on the Frankston line between Mordialloc and Frankston 9.15pm Friday 24 May to last service Sunday 26 May. Plan ahead and allow extra travel time.

While works are on, shops are open. Please support local businesses in the area. For more information visit


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