Ph: (03) 9775 5022
232 Cranbourne Road
Melway Reference: 103 A4
Next door to the Ten Pin Bowls complex.
Onsite 36 spaces. Offsite another 36 spaces within the grounds of Tobin Brothers.
Nearest train station - Frankston, then take bus no. 790 or 791.
Tobin Brothers Frankston - Celebrating our Local Community
Tobin Brothers Frankston proudly support community events, churches and community groups in our local area. Through sponsorships and events we strengthen our community ties and remain an active part of our community in Frankston and surrounding suburbs.
The Frankston Branch is a member of the Frankston Business Network
Once a month a networking evening is held which is attended by our Tobin Brothers Branch Manager, Alan Muller, on a regular basis. It is a great way to meet other people from other businesses in the Frankston area.
Rotary Club of Frankston
Tobin Brothers Branch Manager, Alan Muller has been a member of the Frankston Rotary Club for 18 years and served as Club President 2005/2006. He was bestowed with Club Rotarian of the Year 2013/2014.
Seaford Farmers Market
Since 2007 Alan has been the Stallholder Coordinator for the Seaford Farmers Market which is organised by the Rotary Club of Frankston. The market has been running since 2007, offering a diverse and seasonal range of fresh Victorian produce, including value added products from the original producers. A great outdoor market with wide variety of plants, trees, flowers, fresh produce, craft and bric-a-brac. Hot Donuts even a canopy cafe. Small admission charge. This popular weekend market attraction draws customer’s rain, hail or shine.
This market is held the third Sunday of the month from 8am till 1pm. It is held adjacent to the Seaford Community Centre in Station Street. (Melway Ref: 99 E3). All entry donations and stall holders fees go to local charitable or community purposes.
For more information contact Alan Muller on 0419 870 698
Joy Street Community Garden
Tobin Brothers Frankston is involved in sponsorship of the Joy Street Community Garden which is a lovely way of people being involved in gardening who don’t have the opportunity of a garden of their own. It is also a great meeting place for people. Alan Muller participates in garden working bees to add improvements to the gardens and last year we sponsored the purchase of a garden mulcher. See photo attached.
Carrum Cowboys Football Club
Tobin Brothers proudly sponsor the Carrum Cowboys Football Club. This sponsorship assists cover costs of running the club. The players are an older demographic who simply love playing Australian Rules Footy.
Frankston Theatre Group
The Frankston Theatre Group is an amature acting group so sponsorship is important to assist with the costs of running the plays. Tobin Brothers Frankston are pleased to sponsor one play a year.
Peninsula Deanery Newsletter:
Tobin Brothers Frankston assist in covering the costs of producing the Penninsula Deanery Newsletter which is released four times a year.
St Francis Xavier Church Aged Care Mass
Held once a year, Tobin Brothers support St Francis Xavier Church Aged Care Mass by providing the catering and printed materials.
We also support:
Tobin Brothers Frankston also provide sponsorship of varying degrees to a number of Bowling Clubs in the Frankston area.
When friends or family are unable to attend a funeral service because they live in a nursing home,interstate or overseas or when they may have commitments that can not be changed, a funeral webcast is a logical alternative. Webcasting a funeral enables absent mourners the opportunity to view and hear the funeral live from anywhere in the world for far less than the cost of travelling to the service.
To Access a Webcast
To access a webcast or to view a service that has already been webcast enter the deceased’s surname into the Funeral Service Search box to the right of the screen.
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