We are trading as a Cafe Restaurant at 45 Burringbar St. Mullum under ADAMA Home Cooked. It is a family business. I am the cook and I work with my husband and my children. We serve home cooked meals from the Moroccan, Iraqi, Persian kitchen. I am Iraqi Israeli, one of 12 siblings and I cook the food that I grew up with.
Gadi and Aviva have shared some great stories about our restaurant, ADAMA Home Cooked. Proud to be part of this community.
ETC is a leading provider of employment, training and business services.
Through our jobactive, Transition to Work and Disability Employment Services contracts we help people in many different situations to overcome their personal challenges. We do this by helping them gain the skills they need to find sustainable employment.
We also assist employers in finding people who are the right fit for their business.
As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 6998), ETC works closely with employers to develop innovative training programs that meet industry needs. ETC offers nationally accredited qualifications in Community Services, Business, Retail and Hospitality.
We also provide New Business Assistance with NEIS and Explore Being Your Own Boss subsidised business advisory and support programs.
ETC is committed to helping build the capacity of the communities in which we operate through a range of community programs, projects and partnerships. This is our way of giving back, achieving our mission and thanking those communities who continue to support us.
After six years of hard work by the community and Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce members, Byron Shire Council passed Our Mullumbimby Masterplan on the 12th of December last year. This is a good plan, it is a blueprint on which we can now add rich detail.
This masterplan does not lock in the future of Mullumbimby, what it does is create a guide to enable us the community to pursue important projects with the active support and resources of council.
Additionally we can raise funds, through grants or crowd funding for supported projects and know there is unlikely to be resistance from the community or council.What’s in the masterplan?
I will in future newsletters and Chamber meetings outline some the important features, for now I will just mention five priority projects.
Burringbar Talking Street (A long term project)
Stuart Street Green Spine (A good project for
Formalising the ‘Alternate Routes’
Placemaking Seed Projects
Storytrail – The Mullumbimby Storytrail will connect many existing community projects as a continuous walking and cycling trail around the town, that is marked by new storytelling art and interpretative information to tell real and imagined stories of Mullumbimby’s past and future.
Creative Mullumbimby will be taking the lead on the Storytrail in the first half of the year, hoping to create a plan that we can seek funding from council in the second half of this year.
There is nothing fixed yet about the trail, it is a guide upon which we can now build with confidence council will support our efforts.
There is a great opportunity for the chamber to take the lead on other of these priority projects. Please contact me if you have any questions.