Apologies to all who have tried to contact the Kensington Association in the last few weeks. The matter is now in hand and we should be completely back ‘on air’ soon. In any case, the Association continues to pursue local issues and represent the community’s interests.
YoungHusband Woolstore plans. Have a look around the site and have your say. The new owner of the YoungHusband Woolstore complex, Impact Investment Group (IIG), claims to be committed to delivering social and environmental performance across all its projects and it sounded interesting at the introduction to the project at the April meeting. The community engagement program this month includes “a series of ‘walk and talk events’ and workshops. Book now http://engage.younghusbandwoolstore.com.au/
Another in the series of fundraisers from the Kensington Chamber Players for the language program for Asylum Seekers at Kensington Neighbourhood House this Saturday 5pm. Entry by donation. Supper will be served. Come along to this rewarding community event. Christ Church 76 McCracken Street.
‘Hidden Talents’ Art Exhibition. Run by the not-for-profit Doutta Galla Aged Services, Lynch’s Bridge has been supporting local elders for over 25 years. Specialising in dementia care, the home had its first public showing of art works by residents on Thursday 30th March. The evening was a success with many artworks sold and the main hall of the Kensington Town Hall very busy. Thanks to Deputy Mayor and local Councillor Arron Wood for joining the proceedings (with his charming daughter). Congratulations to … Continue reading
We have a stupendously long waiting list for the current community garden. Many of us are looking for a more sustainable lifestyle, and growing our own food is part this. Where? And how can we make it work for Kensington? Local resident and member of the Kensington Association Community Gardening Group, Jacqui van Heerden, has developed and revised a discussion paper on the group’s proposed activities. Read it here and come along to our next meeting to have your say … Continue reading