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Find your favourite Eaglemont Village Traders on Rediscover Local

Find your favourite Eaglemont Village Traders on Rediscover Local

A Banyule Business initiative to support local small business.

Banyule Council’s COVID-19 Response – Community and Business Support Package 2020-2021 was passed at the Council Meeting on Monday 6 April. Included in this package was a program to help boost the local economy by encouraging residents to shop locally for their goods and services.

In the Council Meeting on Monday 6 July, Council passed the COVID-19 Response Package 2020-2021 shop local six-month initiative, branded as Rediscover Local.

A 2020 Shopping Behaviour Survey was distributed to residents to understand current shopping behaviour and attitudes and understand what would encourage them to shop locally more often.

507 residents completed the survey. From the results three key directions were identified:

  • Residents wanted a central Banyule business directory so they could find small businesses in their neighbourhood easily
  • While consumers liked the idea that shopping locally supported local businesses and jobs, they identified that offers would help them shop locally more often and trial new businesses.
  • Residents wanted more variety in product and service offerings in Banyule.

From the insights, the Rediscover Local campaign was developed and includes:

  • Rediscover Local Directory (interactive business directory)
  • Little book of Banyule offers (monthly offers to consumers and businesses)
  • Social media pages (Facebook and Instagram)
  • Competitions
  • Spotlight videos to shine a light on small businesses

While the support offered through this campaign will benefit all businesses in Banyule, there will be a focus on neighbourhood centres and business parks who do not already benefit from of Council’s Special Rates and Charges Program.

The campaign was launched on Monday 17 August 2020 and will be monitored and periodically reported to determine the impact the campaign has had on residents’ attitudes towards shopping locally and subsequent shopping behaviour.

Rediscover Local

SPOONVILLE in Eaglemont Village

SPOONVILLE in Eaglemont Village

We’re not yet sure who instigated Spoonville in Eaglemont Village, but we’re so pleased they did. Locals have embraced it and the cheery little Spoony community grows day by day. This international movement is a great free vehicle for drawing local families in during their daily walk, something crafty for kids to do and making people smile in general.

We’ve decided to run with the Spoonville idea and create new themes every month. September is Spoony Footy Theme. Sure, it won’t be AFL finals time in our COVID world, but Spoonville will be holding their big match in the planter box at #76 FoodSmiths!

It should be a load of fun. Follow @eaglemontvillage on instagram and facebook for more information.

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Eaglemont Village launches 2019 Artisan Series!

Eaglemont Village launches 2019 Artisan Series!

Eaglemont Village is proud to announce Artisan Saturday’s will be returning to the village with an all-new series in 2019.

Raising funds for the Olivia Newton-John Wellness Centre and supported by the Banyule Council, Heidelberg Historical Society and Neighbourhood Watch, the series will feature over 20 unique market stalls in support of small and local businesses.

Commencing in April, there will be something for all ages. For the children, there are competitions to participate in with the opportunity to win some great prizes! You can have your face painted for free or get a temporary tattoo. There’s also local music to listen to, a sausage sizzle and so much more!

For the adults, enjoy local entertainment while savouring gourmet food and wine. Pursue and purchase from our handpicked market stalls, snap up sensational shopper specials and take in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of our historic Village has to offer.

Artisan Saturday’s will take place from 9am-1pm in the Eaglemont Shopping Village, Silverdale Road, Eaglemont 3084 on the following dates

Saturday 31 August 2019 *NEW DATE*

Saturday 21 September 2019 *NEW DATE*

Saturday 26 October 2019

Saturday 23 November 2019 (celebrating Christmas)

For further information please visit the Eaglemont Village website or to RSVP for updates please see the event page.

Contact: Maryanne Coffey

e: enquiries@eaglemontvillage.com.au

m: 0419 493 519 w: www.eaglemontvillage.com.au

St Pat’s Day @ Eaglemont Cellars 2017, FRIDAY 17th March

St Pat’s Day @ Eaglemont Cellars 2017, FRIDAY 17th March

 

Dust off those dancing boots, throw on your greenery and strike out the calendar ST PATS DAY is on again Eaglemont Cellars & Wine Bar​ on FRIDAY 17th march of course. All the action starts at 5pm. Fun for all the family with pipers, Irish dancers and lashings of good cheer. See you there #eaglemontcellars&winebar #eaglemontvillage #stpatsday2017 #irishdancers #pipers #goodfun

 

https://youtu.be/zJsq4hfR_OI

 

We’re all about business!

We’re all about business!

Check out new Banyule Business video featuring our very own Eaglemont Dish, Eaglemont Cellars and Wine Bar, Eaglemont Fruit Supply and Eaglemont Meats!

 

 

 

Faces of Eaglemont Village – Ian BBQ man

Faces of Eaglemont Village – Ian BBQ man

Faces of Eaglemont Village – Ian BBQ flipper
Saturday’s in the village wouldn’t be the same without Eaglemont Meats charity BBQ.
Let me share a testimonial from expert sausage flipper Ian also a local resident:

‘Recently I was looking at a photograph of the first Eaglemont Traders Fair , the photo depicted my wife, mother, and my nephew then aged 3 he is now 41. Eaglemont village is a step back in time a place that conjures visions of a bygone era. The locals are protective of it and visitors are enthralled by the buildings and customer service.
I have been connected to the village when I bought my house at 17, my age is slightly more these days. We as a family have attended every Traders festival. I have been associated with the Saturday sausage sizzle outside the butchers shop for ever.

The sausage sizzle performs a great community bonding as well as raising money for our selected charity. It brings people to the village enables conversations as well as introductions , a Saturday
ritual over generations. This humble happening typifies the village, we gather we talk we decide we support both each other and the village. ‘

Thank you Ian. See you at the BBQ !