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Tuesday 8th December 2020 - Award Night - Table 1

IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

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IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE
 

Tuesday 8th December 2020 - Award Night - Table 8

IRONBARK HALL, CHERRYBROOK COMMUNITY CENTRE

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Thursday 7th January 2021 - January Lunch

THE GALSTON CLUB, 21-25 ARCADIA ROAD, GALSTON

 

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Tuesday 19th January 2021 - A Rock Review

Historical tour and photographing the Rocks

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Calendar > November 2020

Friday 27th November 2020 - Cat Alley


"Cat Alley" - Surry Hills

On Friday 27 November, we will wander through parts of Surry Hills, visiting McElhone Place, aka ‘Cat Alley’. “Cat Alley” is a lane of workers cottages built in the 1870s from Convict bricks, for members of the McElhone family and Officers at Victoria Barracks.
 
In the early 1900s it was a slum, however homes were individually bought and change took place in the 1970s after demolition by the Government was threatened. The homes don’t have front or back gardens and consist of just a couple of rooms, owned and loved by singles and DINKS (double income no kids).To enhance the street and soften the concrete and bricks, owners started introducing window boxes which progressed to pots, brimming with plant life to create the impression of a garden and the feeling of space and harmony.
 
Artist Chanelle Collier has been living at McElhone Place for the last eight years with her partner, Joe Wilson (whose father lives next door). ‘I think the gardens confirm the street as a communal space, a space that has been claimed by everyone in the street, having equally put their own mark on it’ says Chanelle. ‘The gardens draw everyone out of their homes and provides a common thread for interaction. I particularly love it when the end of winter comes and half the street is out happily planting and re-potting on the first sunny day’
 
When: Friday 27 November at 10:00 am
 
Where to meet: Ampersand Cafe & Bookstore at the T junction of Oxford Street and Greens Road (Greens Road runs along the western boundary of Victoria Barracks). At the side of the cafe there is outdoor seating.
 
How to get there: From Circular Quay catch the 333 bus to the very start of Victoria Barracks. The stop is Glenmore Road, simply walk back to the Coffee shop at the T junction of Oxford Street and Greens Road - a very short distance.
 
Lunch: The Captain Paddington Hotel
 
Contact on the day - Nancy Tear 0429 468 867
 



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