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Wentworth Park – a ‘growth centre’?
Posted on 3rd December 2018

Concern has been expressed on the Glebe Society’s Facebook page about the inclusion of Wentworth Park in Urban Growth’s ‘The Bays Growth Area’.  Read more »

New Sydney Fish Market: Smart Building, Challenged Site
Posted on 3rd December 2018

The design for the new Sydney Fish Market is now on display and Urban Growth NSW is holding public information sessions to boast about its attractive features.  Read more »

Habitat Garden Guided Walk
Posted on 2nd November 2018

As part of National Bird Week, Sophie Golding, Urban Ecology Coordinator, City of Sydney Council, organised a guided walk in the John Street Reserve Habitat Garden on Saturday morning, 27 October, led by Judy Christie.   Read more »

History Enquiries from the Website
Posted on 2nd November 2018

Enquiries on Glebe’s history and heritage continue to be received from members of the general public via the Society’s website.  Read more »

Planning Report (October 2018)

Planning Report (October 2018)
Posted on 2nd November 2018

Durham Court (417 Glebe Point Road), 225-279 Broadway and Bellevue  Read more »

Community Matters – Sewing for Good
Posted on 30th September 2018

Are you handy with a sewing machine, a pair of scissors or a needle and thread? If so I would like to invite you to join a Glebe Society Community sponsored sewing and craft group, which we are commencing in late October.  Read more »

News from Blue Wren Subcommittee (September 2018)

News from Blue Wren Subcommittee (September 2018)
Posted on 30th September 2018

Habitat gardening walk and talk, the Society’s sixth annual Spring Bird Survey, the Friends of Orphan School Creek Bushcare Group, the Glebe Palmerston and Surrounds Landcare Group, the Ferry Road Bushcare Group and removal of eight Kapok trees.  Read more »

Do You Have a Den of Foxes Living under Your House?
Posted on 30th September 2018

Foxes have not only been sighted in Glebe, they are suspected of killing two loved, and well-known, pet hens.  Read more »

Planning Report (September 2018)
Posted on 30th September 2018

232 Glebe Point Rd, 16 Glebe Point Rd, 202 Glebe Point Rd and Bellevue  Read more »

WestConnex – Now a Fait Accompli
Posted on 30th September 2018

Sadly the WestConnex behemoth can’t be stopped. Construction and destruction are well under way.
Glebe and Forest Lodge have gotten off relatively lightly. There are no construction or property acquisitions proposed in our suburbs.  Read more »

Fox Sightings in Glebe
Posted on 31st August 2018

A fox has been sighted in Glebe at least twice in the last few weeks. The Facebook post received many comments confirming the sighting, but a letter from John and Jenny Sergeant drew our attention to the serious consequences of feral animals in Glebe.  Read more »

Blue Wrens Subcommittee Annual Report 2017-2018

Blue Wrens Subcommittee Annual Report 2017-2018
Posted on 31st August 2018

The Subcommittee continued to play a special role in assisting the activities of each of the six volunteer bushcare/landcare groups working in Glebe’s parks.  Read more »

Planning Subcommittee Annual Report 2017-2018

Planning Subcommittee Annual Report 2017-2018
Posted on 31st August 2018

This report is largely a look at the present and future in the light of the Better Planning Network seminar.  Read more »

News from the Blue Wrens Subcommittee (August 2018)

News from the Blue Wrens Subcommittee (August 2018)
Posted on 31st August 2018

National Tree Day, the Society’s annual Spring Bird Survey and planting by the Glebe Palmerston and Surrounds Landcare Group.  Read more »

How is Centipede Changing?
Posted on 31st August 2018

Centipede at Glebe Public School Inc. is a community based, charitable organisation that has been providing ‘before and after school care’ and holiday programs for students at the Glebe Primary School since 1989.   Read more »