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Community building - Ways to get involved!

December 2017

Welcome to your new home and becoming part of our Exford Waters community! We are delighted to have you here, and look forward to getting to know you and your family.

Communities grow stronger when the residents participate with each other in activities, events, and holidays. Building trust, understanding, and a common bond bode well with the old saying, “You make a living by what you get; you make a life by what you give.”

Here are some ideas on ways to become better acquainted and involved with your neighbours and community:

  • Follow the Exford Waters Facebook Page. Stay up to date with all the latest on your development like stage completion and Open days. Use the page to connect with your neighbours. Feel free to ask your new neighbours all the questions you want. Share with us your building journey!
  • Invite neighbours over for a bbq or meal. Nothing compares to sharing good food, and conversations around the bbq are always a great way to get to know each other.
  • Shop locally. Supporting local shops and businesses help keep your community strong and self-sufficient, plus allows you to get to know those who are committed to investing in your community.
  • Volunteer your skills. Whatever your special interest or skill set, someone in your neighbourhood is bound to be looking for it! Sign up at your community centre to offer your help for a day, event, or ongoing activities.
  • Become involved is parenting groups. Check with the local schools and childcare centres to find a group that suits your schedule and needs.
  • Read the local notice boards and newspapers. There are usually dozens of opportunities and upcoming events advertised here. Look at these weekly, mark your calendar, and go check out and become involved in what is happening.
  • Wave and say hello! We are all new here, so a friendly wave, smile and hello can often be the start of a new friendship and sense of belonging.