Project Robin Hood Projects Funded in 2013
Twelve of the 50 projects submitted for Project Robin Hood in 2013 were successful in receiving funding as voted by the community through the online budget allocator.
Murdoch Community Garden $2,000
A cargo bike to efficiently and sustainably collect waste resources. A small shed to access tools. Completed in 2014.
Flying Fox for Roy Neal Reserve $8,000
The Friends of Roy Neal Reserve unfortunately could not build the Flying Fox due to costs associated with complying with the Australian Standards, but returned the funds which were used to top up Project Robin Hood Round II from $50,000 to $58,000.
Converting stormwater drain to a beautiful garden $10,000
The community group have met with their ‘Ombeardsmen’ (Technical staff) and have plotted out the garden and are getting ready to engage the community in the project.
Webber Nature Based Adventure Park $10,200
Completed 2014. A limestone mosaic art border has been added to the nature play area by local school children.
Plant, Nurture, Enjoy Trees for Roy Neal Reserve $2,000
On Sunday 3 August 2014, approximately 40 local residents came together to dig, plant and water the new trees for Roy Neal Reserve. After all the hard work, a soccer game was held to celebrate what the community had achieved together that day.
Nature Based Play in Roy Neal Reserve $4,000
With the group receiving funding for 5 projects, the group gave back their $4,000 to Project Robin Hood happy with what they had achieved as a community group.
The Cultiv8 Community Deck $20,000
The architect has designed the deck and will be an attractive bonus to an already amazing space.
Community Use Tables for Roy Neal Reserve $2,000
They are in and are being well used – celebrated by a community cricket day and picnic.
Riseley Centre Projects:
A Place for Friends to Meet $6,000
The tables and chairs are in and are a hit with the customers to the precinct!
Riseley Centre Welcomes Cyclists and Bikes $11,000
The first bike racks are in and there is another on the way. The water fountain location is still being sorted.
Creating Attractive Public Spaces – a Vertical Garden $20,000
The garden went in February and looks amazing!
The mural is on its way too - watch this space.