Plumpton Marketplace is a local community hub and a friendly place where locals can meet, shop and eat.
We are proud to support the local community and are long term partners and sponsors of Mt Druitt Hospital, Rotary, The Salvation Army, local schools and more.
Several community casual leasing sites are available for community and charity organisations to book free of charge for fundraising and awareness initiatives throughout the year. For enquiries and bookings please contact Centre Management on 02 9832 7726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A community noticeboard is located in the corridor adjacent to the amenities. Feel free to drop in community notices to Centre Management which can be displayed in the noticeboard subject to approval.
A free Justice of the Peace service is available at the Centre on Monday and Wednesday each week. Justice of the Peace times and details are here or contact Centre Management on 02 9832 7726
Lend a Helping Hand - Over $10,000 donated to local primary schools
Over 1,200 local primary school students do not have breakfast regularly*
Between 5 - 18 August 2019, customers were invited to lend a helping hand to local primary schools and 'donate a plate' at our fundraising point in centre.
A grand total of $10,252.95 was raised by the Plumpton community, including a $5,000 donation from Plumpton Marketplace and a $1,500 donation from the Rotary Club of Mt Druitt.
All money raised will help fund 6 local primary schools breakfast programs, including:
Plumpton Public School
Hebersham Public School
Blackett Public School
William Dean Public School
Tregear Public School
Holy Family Primary Emerton
Proudly supported by the Rotary Club of Mt Druitt and The Salvation Army West Connect.
*Estimated. Source: Mount Druitt Precinct, A Social Profile 2016 by Blacktown Council
Plumpton Marketplace creates ‘BIG Change for Small Change’.
For one day only, on Saturday 18 August 2018, Plumpton Marketplace hosted a community event that aimed to give back to the local community and make a difference to the lives of children by supporting the important work at the Mount Druitt Hospital children’s ward.
All money raised will support the ongoing Children's Healing Garden project at Mount Druitt Hospital. Caring for over 3,500 children per year, the Paediatrics Ward Garden needs to be renovated to create a place of restoration and healing for patients, carers and visitors.