The Western Sydney Residents Against Radioactive Dumping action group has joined forces with Lindsay MP David Bradbury in the campaign to collect submissions against the state government's plans to dump radioactive waste at Kemps Creek.
Mr Bradbury has written to residents in the areas most affected by the proposal, urging them to make a submission.
"Residents only have two weeks to make submissions against these plans," said group spokeswoman, Penrith councillor Prue Car.
Residents can make submissions by phoning Mr Bradbury's office on 4732 1801 or contact Western Sydney Residents Against Radioactive Dumping at www.nodumping.org.
New groups for 2013
The Dean Park Community Development Project has some exciting new groups for 2013. Groups cover qigong, dancing, card making, knitting and exercise.
The centre is also running two TAFE Outreach classes: Introduction to Floristry and Where To Next? (a course for women re-entering the workforce).
The next community market is on April 6. Details: Karen, 9626 5128.
Help for women
Women's Activities and Self Help (WASH) House has a new program.
WASH House starts its new term program on Monday, February 11.
It will cover yoga, dance, Pilates, cooking, art and swimming at Mt Druitt and Emerton.
Details: 9677 1962.