{$site_logo->description}
Heavy M.E.T.A.L Group
Mens education towards anger and life.

Featured in Cranbourne News: Casey awards its top achievers

The 2017 Casey Council Australia Day awards were presented to five people and two events at a ceremony at the Casey Council offices on the night of 26 January

"This year, the City of Casey awarded a Casey Non-resident of the Year prize to a man who has done a lot of work the people of Casey but doesn’t actually reside here.


David Nugent, founder of Heavy METAL (Men’s Education Towards Anger and Life) which operates from the Hallam Senior College, was awarded the prize.

His program offers behaviour change and counselling support to men, women and children affected by family violence.


Always working to improve the people of Casey, he organised a community screening of the ABC documentary ‘Call Me Dad’, is involved in White Ribbon Day events and advocates to the State Government on important community issues."

Click on the link to read the full article.