Village Voice

VILLAGE VOICE

Welcome to 2019

On behalf of the Pennant Hills District Civic Trust I’d like to wish everyone in Pennant Hills a happy and enriching New Year. It...

Death by a 1000 cuts

At our Public Forum in May, David Morris, CEO of the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO), spoke passionately about the problems biodiversity currently face in...

BEECROFT CHELTENHAM CIVIC TRUST

October saw the opening of the revamped Beecroft Gardens by our Mayor Mr Philip Ruddock. Located next to the train station in Wongala Crescent,...

FRIENDS OF MOUNT COLAH

Friends of Mount Colah (FOMC) are enthusiastically preparing for Chistmas. For the past two years FOMC has received charitably donated gifts from the community...

PENNANT HILLS DISTRICT CIVIC TRUST

On 18 October our Pennant Hills District Civic Trust held its AGM in the Pennant Hills Bowling Club to hear the President’s report on...

BEECROFT CHELTENHAM CIVIC TRUST

The recent banking Royal Commission has generated significant interest in the Beecroft Cheltenham area in more ways than one. In September I received a...

Morning Tea

The Friends of Mount Colah group and Mt Colah Pharmacy and Post Office would like to say a Big Thank you to everyone who...

Come to our AGM on 18 October

This month we’re holding our Annual General Meeting, a report to members on what we achieved over the past year; we also hold elections...

IHAPs working well

One of the responsibilities of the Beecroft Cheltenham Civic Trust is representing the local community, including working cooperatively with our Council. It’s been about six...

Gladys – enough is enough!

Finally, the Berejiklian Government is having a moment of pause in their developer-driven destruction of our suburbs. Planning Minister Roberts responded last May to the...