Good news @ Goodwood

When my kids were growing up, we spent a lot of time at Goodwood Community Centre and the nearby Goodwood Library and Toy Library.
It's a friendly environment with a host of activities catering for the young, the very young and those a bit older. I remember the regular Saturday mornings I spent at GoodyGym. We then went over to the Toy Library and loaded the car with toys to keep the kids busy over the coming week.
Last night I attended a public forum hosted by Unley Council in the Goodwood Community Centre. Local traders and residents were briefed on the upcoming project to underground power lines on Goodwood Road (for ~ 400m) and rip up and replace the footpaths and install enhanced streetscape treatment to vitalise the Goodwood shopping precinct. It will look fantastic.
Whilst there I picked up some brochures that advertised events, classes and services in the local cultural hub (of the Library and Community Centre). It also provided information about activities at the other 3 Community Centres - at Clarence Park, Unley and Fullarton Park.
I was pleased to see that the Toy Library fees remain very affordable for residents eg.
$45 per year
$40 for 3 school terms
$30 per half year
$25 per school term
For information about the Goodwood Community Centre use this link
If you want information about all the community centres across Unley try this link