The Beverley CRC provides community members with access to government and community information and services; provides economic and business development initiatives; and social development initiatives. The Beverley CRC is community owned, our management committee consists of eight voluntary members, we employ a staff of five with the assistance of community volunteers. The committee and staff strive to bring innovative ideas to develop and promote the town and Beverley shire. High on our agenda is to improve the social wellbeing of our community. For example this may be by hosting events, offering workshops and seminars or opportunity of traineeships.
What Our Clients Are Saying
"I always embrace the opportunities on offer by the local CRC, the staff provide us business owners' vital information to help us grow and promote ourselves. I find that connecting regularly with others that face the same struggles as I do reassuring and it is very comforting that I am not alone." Marlene Willson, owner of Unique State
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