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PPN Structural Review

The Department of Rural and Community Development have published their review into the PPN structure.  The review of the PPN structure, commissioned by DRCD, was conducted by Mazars.  It looks at challenges and opportunities and you can read the full report here.

If you would like to make a comment about the report, please email Ruth, who will pass on your comments to the department.

Last Thursday of the Month Member’s Meet-Up:  30 June (online)

Robert Moss, your climate action, environment, and energy SPC representative, will give a presentation on rainwater harvesting.  Did you know that about 25% of domestic water usage goes down the loo?  What if, we could use rainwater, to flush our toilets, instead of using treated water?  How would that look, what would be the benefits, and how can we make a start? 

Come along to the zoom on 30 June to find out more, and network with other PPN groups and organisations. 

Email Beatriz for the Zoom link, on

Please go to the EVENTS section of our website for details on all upcoming events. 

Our Festival of Fundraising will take place from 26 – 29 September, and our Breaking Bread:  A PPN Picnic will take place on Saturday 06 August, from 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Strength in using a common structure.

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