Congratulations to the following Romsey businesses on their AWARDS:






RRBATA 9th Annual Business Breakfast Friday 12 October 2018



To be held at Glen Erin At Lancefield on Friday 12th October (7 am for 7.30 am start), the 9th RRBATA Annual Business Breakfast will this year feature Milton Collins as guest speaker.

As a commercially astute business executive accustomed to executing a hands-on approach, he transformed the poorly performing Campaspe House conference centre into a highly acclaimed Country House Hotel, business retreat and fine-dining restaurant. His deep and passionate commitment to identifying business needs, along with his extensive knowledge in financial management, business administration and business evaluation, has seen Milton assist business operators to successfully transform their businesses.

With the theme being “Building a better community – one small business at a time”, Milton’s presentation will focus on the need for collective thinking amongst businesses in order to “grow the bigger community pie”.

It makes absolute sense that the Romsey and Lancefield Community branches of Bendigo Bank are proudly sponsoring this event.

Small business is the heart and soul of a community. When it thrives, so does the community.

This is particularly important for towns in our region.

Milton will explain why small businesses do best when community success is the shared goal.

This is a great opportunity for all regional businesses to be informed and inspired by one of the leaders in the business coaching field who will not shy away from also sharing his experiences that have NOT always gone to plan!

So, come to Glen Erin for a wonderful breakfast, great networking and business/ community motivation!

Venue:  Glen Erin at Lancefield (

200 Rochford (Woodend-Lancefield) Road, Lancefield, Victoria 3435   Telephone: +613 5429 1041

BOOK NOW as Numbers are limited:

Further Enquiries: RRBATA President – Jenny Stillman 0412 349849



The Romsey-Lancefield RSL sub-branch invites nominations of any local adult, child or community group who performed an exceptional commitment, or unselfish deed, which benefited any section of our local community, over the past twelve months.

This is an annual award. The recipient is presented with a 20cm tall bronze statue with his or her name inscribed on the attached plaque. The statue is on permanent display in the Romsey Community Centre.

The winner receives a smaller statue, plus a cheque for $150 donated by the Romsey-
Lancefield RSL.

Nomination forms are available from this website, Romsey and Lancefield Neighbourhood House and Romsey Post Office, or contact Trish Vowles for a copy of the nomination form –

Nominations close on Friday, 5 October.
The Award presentation is at the Romsey Community Centre on Friday, 12 October 2018, formalities commence at 6.30pm.

Romsey and Lancefield residents are welcome to attend and refreshments will follow.