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About the Glebe Society

Glebe is an inner Sydney suburb notable for its distinct village character, heritage streetscapes and strong sense of community.

The 1960s saw the start of organised resident action in the inner city. This led to the formation of the Glebe Society in 1969 .

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  1. Comment by michele fraser on April 27, 2014 at 3:08 pm:

    Dear John,
    It was nice of you to feature a photograph of my home on the front page of the Bulletin. The photo and caption first appeared last October in the SMH. On that occasion I wrote to the Herald to suggest that the most basic fact checking would reveal there are no department of housing homes in Queen Street. Fortunately I did not then have the experience of people asking what is a well off barrister like you doing in a department of housing property, but there are a number of Glebe residents who read the Bulletin who may well think that I’m taking the place of an otherwise homeless person. I’m not too impressed by Clover jumping up and down about Millers Point, a situation she has little control over, in circumstances where she voted for the demolition of Cowper Street, and its replacement with high rise.
    Hands Off Glebe have organised a meeting between Glebe residents and Millers Point residents on 7 May 2014 from 7pm at the Old Fire Station. You and everyone from the Glebe Society are very welcome to attend.