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22 May 2020 Posted by 

COUNCIL LAUNCHES YOU TUBE CHANNEL

Coast - Connect is about wellbeing
CENTRAL Coast Council is now offering online delivery of a range of highly valued community programs with the launch of a new YouTube Channel – Coast Connect.

Council Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said Council recognised the importance of adaptation to continue offering services that improve the lives and wellbeing of residents on the Coast and looking for opportunities to remain connected.

“Whilst our community are unable to visit their local theatre, library, gallery or leisure centre or attend face-to-face programs or events right now in response to COVID-19, Council will be bringing some popular programs directly into resident’s homes,“ Ms Vaughan said.

“A range of entertaining, informative, and engaging videos are being created from our ‘TV studio’ set up at Laycock St theatre and will be available for everyone to view at their own convenience.”

The health and wellness of our community is certainly in the spotlight now and the series of ‘Live Well’ videos will help to promote active and healthy lifestyles.

The channel is rolling out engaging health and wellness video presentations from Live Well Festival participants spanning the themes of MOVE, THINK, EAT and EARTH  - including exercise demonstrations and guest speakers to worm farming demonstrations.

Also included in the channel’s first release of videos are the library’s popular ‘Storytime’ series, which will delight and entertain little ones as they listen to story favourites presented by Council library staff and join in on a sing-a-long.

Mayor Lisa Matthews said the new delivery of popular programs reinforces Council’s commitment to ensure that the community always has access to important information.

“There is no doubt that COVID-19 has had an impact on the way that Council conducts its business and the way we as a community live,” Mayor Matthews said.

“As we move into the future and return to onsite and face-to-face activities, this new channel will continue to provide a new way for the community to access and enjoy Council programs.

“Coast Connect YouTube is an excellent addition to our existing multimedia platforms and I encourage anyone interested to check it out.”

Visit www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/youtube to watch the latest videos online. For more information about Central Coast Council visit www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au



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