Page 9

news

music fest gets go-ahead happy” to do. No more than 650 patrons can attend, and all must be members of the A three-day music festival that has been non-profit music organisation. Live music held at Mount Egerton since 2011 has been must also cease by midnight. granted a planning permit after Moorabool Six objections were heard at last week’s councillors said they were satisfied with an meeting, with several residents pleading with improved fire safety plan. council to reconsider its decision. Daniel Camilleri, of applicant Inca Roads, Kathleen Littlejohn, who lives on applied for a permit to hold a music festival Yendon-Egerton Road, said that loud noise at a property on Yendon-Egerton Road from and light pollution had kept her awake. November 29-December 1. Gaylene Martin, who also lives near the The festival, featuring funk, electronica, site on Sullivans Road, said the council folk and rock music, had previously should think twice because none of the been held without a permit. applicants lived in the area. the The application was in limbo “Since I heard in July they were fire safety following a council meeting on planning another festival I haven’t plan has been been able to sleep at night and have September 18, at which applicants improved were told they would need to revise lost weight from worry,” she said, the application. adding she moved to Mount Egerton Cr Paul Tatchell said while the to “escape the noise and parties of festival was a great addition to the suburbia”. community, more stringent fire safety But Katie Proksa, who also lives nearby, regulations were required. said she felt comfortable for her four children Under the revised plan approved last to attend. “I was concerned initially, but we Wednesday night, the festival must be discovered for ourselves it was very organised, cancelled if it falls on a day or days of total fire safe, and there was plenty of security. ban. ‘‘I didn’t see any drug use, drunks or It was also recommended that Inca Roads inappropriate behaviour,” Ms Proksa said. invite neighbours adjoining the site to attend, “Quite the opposite.” \ PRISCILLA MOCA which Mr Camilleri said he was “more than

you had us at

' PROJECT.'

Do we have you at VOUCHER?

(MICHAEL COPP)

MOUNT EGERTON

look lively or walk the plank CAROLINE SPRINGS

Brookside College’s free twilight market will return on October 23. Last year’s inaugural market was a great success, with more than 3000 people attending. This year’s market at the school in Federation Way from 5-8.30pm, will feature sausage sizzles and more than 100 market stalls selling jewellery, candles, clothing, toys, felt creations, food

monday

friday

uesday night ttu

sunday

IBS $15 GIANT R NIGHT 2 FOR 1 DEAL

Projectr Vouche

APPLIES TO ALL PRODUCTS! IN-STORE

voucher for your next project

Retail offer only, excludes trade/account customers. Get 1 x $20 voucher for every $100 spent in one transaction. Vouchers expire 31/01/14 & can’t be redeemed on the purchase that earned the voucher. Offer ends 26/10/13 or while voucher stocks last. Full terms & conditions InspirationsPaint.com.au

Hurry in, offer ends 26 Oct or while voucher stocks last.

Melton 41 Bakery Square Ph: 9743 6272

InspirationsPaint.com.au

$14.90

yday every

SENIORS MEAL OFFER

For every $100 spent

20

$9.90 FISH & CHIPS AST CARVERY RO

$15 STEAK NIGHT

$

» www.facebook.com/ brooksidetwilightmarket

hursday tth N OISTRO $15 PATRMA WHAINTT’S NIGH HE B

wednesday

get a $20

and hampers. There will be plenty of fun for kids, including jumping castles, music, singing, dancing and face painting. Young pirates Siobhan, Kristel, Matilda, Chelsea and Tegan (pictured) are encouraging people to enter the draw for a treasure box full of goodies. \

S MONDAsY night

FUNCTION ROOM For any function or special occasion

Membenrday night every Mo

EAWAY $100 GOIV EEK! N EVERY W

MUST BE W el! Spin the Whe ur chance to yo r fo re AW DR E Be he IZ PR R 00 MAJO N QUARTERLY. PLUS A $5TO BE WO

Karaoke, JukeBox & DJ’s available Catering includes set menus, canapés and buffets. BOOK NOW ON 5367 2031

59 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh Ph: (03) 5367 2031 stoneysclub.com.au OCTOBER 8, 2013 \ MELTON & MOORABOOL WEEKLY 9

Mem 20131008  
Mem 20131008  

Melton & Moorabool Weekly Community News 20131008

Advertisement