March 2019 – The Glebe Society

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Monthly Archives: March 2019

News from the Blue Wren Subcommittee (March 2019)

Posted on 14th March 2019

The City will soon be installing hives for native stingless bees in Orphan School Creek and Palmerston Ave parks.  Read more »

I’m Dying to Tell You

Posted on 14th March 2019

Searching for a way of ensuring that there is a method available for essential contacts to be found and made in the event of an emergency.  Read more »

Community Report (March 2019)

Posted on 14th March 2019

Christmas appeal, “craft and catch-up” and Kitchen Starter Pack project  Read more »

Ageing in Place

Ageing in Place

Posted on 14th March 2019

The Community Development Subcommittee hosted a round table afternoon tea and discussion in October last year to gather information from Glebe Society members about their experience and those of friends and relatives with respect to Ageing in Place in Glebe.  Read more »

Chinese New Year at Glebe’s Sze Yup Temple

Posted on 14th March 2019

In February, the Year of the Pig was welcomed in with Lunar New Year including in Glebe. For decades, Glebe’s Sze Yup Temple was a site for celebrations.  Read more »

From the Heritage Subcommittee (March 2019)

From the Heritage Subcommittee (March 2019)

Posted on 14th March 2019

Heritage Audit commenced and Toxteth Hotel well  Read more »

Council’s new community strategic plan – Sustainable Sydney 2050

Council’s new community strategic plan – Sustainable Sydney 2050

Posted on 14th March 2019

City of Sydney is undertaking an extensive community consultation program for everyone who lives, works and studies in or visits the city.   Read more »

Planning Report (March 2019)

Posted on 14th March 2019

Archbishop moves to Glebe, Bellevue Cafe, Opal Tower and Late-night trading  Read more »

Revisiting the Fish Market Relocation

Revisiting the Fish Market Relocation

Posted on 14th March 2019

This may be a useful moment to consider the state of things with the Bays Precinct, including the new Fish Market site and how effectively the public interest is being protected in relation to critical matters such as housing, transport, open space and other social infrastructure needs.   Read more »