Mayor's message


May 2020

Honouring our Anzacs and our service men and women is one of the Town’s most important community duties. I was both incredibly proud and heartened to see so many of my neighbours and the broader community show their Anzac spirit by commemorating the day with due reverence.

Windows of Happiness

Seeing the rainbows and teddy bears around Claremont on my morning walks brightens my day. Create your own Window of Happiness and share it on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtags #WindowsOfHappiness and #ClaremontCares. Direct message or email the Town your name and address and I will send you a special certificate of thanks through the post for helping to lift our community’s spirits.
There is also a chance to win a $50 voucher for Toyworld Claremont. Visit the Town’s website for more information.

Foodbank WA Drive

Claremont Football Club and the Town have partnered to help those in need by coordinating a food drive for Foodbank WA to help supply much needed items to those in hardship. Long-life items including canned food, dry bagged food such as pasta and rice, and washing and personal hygiene products are needed. For a list of items that can be donated please visit: To reduce the number of people handling items, please place donations into a box or carrier bag.
Items can be dropped off:

Mon 11 and Tue 12 May,
8.30am to 12.30pm
Claremont Football Club Administration
Building, Revo Fitness Stadium.
3 Davies Road, Claremont

The first 50 donors each day will be given a voucher to enjoy a free coffee from the Town for Hello Tiger Cafe - it’s our way of saying thank you for supporting our WA community.


Jock Barker,