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RPP FM local radio presenters conducted tours of the station this weekend after the Briars Ward Councillors community get together at the new PCT Precinct in Mornington.

Debra & Matt, two RPP FM presenters provided tours for guests who were also treated to a live performance in Studio 3 with Melbourne’s Cool Blues Groove and Swing Jazz Hammond B3 Quartet called The Jackson Four.

Mark Mayle, RPP FM presenter of the Sunday Sessions program recorded the performance by the band made up of Peter Jackson, (vocals and percussion), Nick (drums), Gary (Hammond keyboard) and Jeff (Saxophone).

The performance will be played on Sunday Sessions program in the lead up to Christmas.

Example of artwork hanging in The Corner

The PCT Precinct is a great area for the community to come together with the opening of the ‘The Corner’ youth centre and the Mornington Men’s Shed recently which guests were also invited to tour on the day.



David Worth with a wooden surfboard

David Worth, President of the Men’s Shed said, “We did a project where we showed a young group of boys how to make wooden surfboards and in exchange they provided ipad lessons to the Men’s Shed members. We do a lot of great projects like that.”

During the day, Briars Ward Councillors, Anne Shaw, Bev Colomb and Andrew Dixon addressed the guests providing updates within the ward including the Wooralla Drive footpath and improvements to the Emil Madsen Reserve Mt Eliza, Mt Martha Tennis Club development, Civic Reserve progress, revamp of the Mt. Eliza Rotary Club area and other exciting projects going ahead. The meeting concluded with Q & A session.


It was a successful afternoon.

Everyone is welcome to visit the RPP FM studios within the PCT Precinct at 91 Wilsons Road Mornington. RPP FM Management is proud to be part of the new PCT Precinct which provides a great service to the community.

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Written by: Debra Mar

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