Sports shoes lying on wooden gym hall

Fairfield Youth and Community Centre (FYCC) is offering discounted bookings for youth groups (participants aged 14–24 years) on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays during nominated hours. Two spaces are available: a recreation hall, which includes two full-size sports courts, trampolines and a rock climbing wall)

Smiling Asian family

The Families Together program is holding Triple P Positive Parenting and Stepping Stones Triple P (for parents of children with a disability) seminars in June for families living in the Fairfield, Liverpool and Bankstown local government areas. Triple P is a parenting program for all families that provides practical answers to everyday parenting concerns.

Open books in a library

T Than Byah Christian Institute (NSW)
Public meeting to create ‘Friends of TCI (NSW) Inc.’
6 June 2017, 6.00pm–8.00pm
STARTTS, 152–168 The Horsley Dr, Carramar

Close up of soccer ball and player's legs in uniform socks, about to play indoor soccer

Fairfield City Council is offering Club Spot – a library of resources for sports club volunteers – for free to all volunteers of clubs affiliated with Fairfield City Council. The resources include training videos, checklists, templates and important documents such as Job Profiles. These resources cover most of the challenges clubs face,

Paper cut-out people on grass

Find out what’s happening in May at Community First Step. Activities this month include Youth Club, drama classes, choir, guitar jam sessions, an expo for refugees, help with bills and fines, gentle exercise for seniors, a barista course, cooking classes, tennis lessons, a support group for women, karate for kids, playgroups, parenting programs and more.

Applications are now open for the Fairfield Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) for 2017/2018. YAC members provide input and advice to Council on key projects, representing the views of Fairfield City’s youth and ensuring that young people are given a voice at the local government level.

Dog and cat lying on grass

Fairfield City Council is helping to keep local pet dogs and cats safe by offering a free microchipping service to pet owners who live in the local area. Council will run two microchipping days, one for cats and one for dogs, to the first 100 local residents who make a booking.