Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Glebe Society will be holding a Brewery Tour & Tasting event at the Malt Shovel Brewery (makers of James Squire beers) at Camperdown on Monday 31st October, from 5.00 p.m. till 7.00 p.m. Cost is $30, which includes tasting of some beers and some finger food. Our host for the evening is Mr Chuck Hahn, who will talk about the how their range of beers can be matched with a variety of foods. Read more »
14 October 2011 Silvia Corriera Planning Department City of Sydney Dear Silvia SUPPLEMENTARY SUBMISSION: HAROLD PARK MASTERPLAN AND DAs FOR PRECINCTS 1 & 2, D/2011/1311-2 & 1298-9 The Glebe Society submitted its response to these DAs on 26 September 2011 but noting that the date for responses to the Harold Park DAs has been extended […] Read more »
As most Glebe residents will have noticed, the Glebe Town Hall, built in 1880, is undergoing substantial renovations and will not be re-opened until mid-2012. The City of Sydney will make a presentation to Glebe Society members interested in architecture and heritage on the restoration. Representatives from the construction company and the City of Sydney will take part in the presentation. The event will be held on 20th October. Read more »
The North Shore Historical Society is holding its biennial competition established by the Society to encourage historical research at the community level and, in particular, to seek out non-professional history enthusiasts who have a story to tell.
The prizes offered are generous: First Prize is $3,000. Read more »
TGSI members might also be interested in the views of another local community group. The Save Rozelle Bay Association' has special interest in this development because of its effects on Annandale, parkland and the foreshores. It has agreed to display its submission on our site. You will see that the submissions are complementary but with […] Read more »