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Glebe is an inner Sydney suburb notable for its distinct village character, heritage streetscapes, attractive parks and foreshores and strong sense of community. The Glebe Society's aims are to protect our heritage, encourage a sense of community and create a better future for all residents of Glebe and Forest Lodge.
The six candidates for Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney Council in this week’s election have provided answers to the Glebe Society’s questions on key issues affecting Glebe. Glebe is within the City of Sydney local government area.
The Glebe Society’s Christmas event will be held at Beckett’s Bar & Dining on Tuesday 7th December (5.30-7.30 pm). Book now to avoid missing out!
New Glebe Society President, Ian Stephenson, reports on a busy October for the Society. In this picture Ian stands to the left of Norma Hawkins at the tree planting ceremony in her honour.
City of Sydney Councillor and architect Philip Thalis will give a talk about the design principles which should be applied to any development in the St Phillip’s estate area of Glebe, to take account of its overall character. Followed by a walk around the estate.
COVID restrictions have lifted in good time for the 32nd Annual Glebe Music Festival to go ahead. Five concerts will be happening in Glebe between 7th and 28th November. Details here.
One of the requirements of the DA for the development of Harold Park was that the water tank associated with the Rozelle Tram Yards be reinstated. The tank has been reinstated as an artwork by Chris Fox called ‘Immerge’.
Read our monthly newsletter to find out what’s happened in our community and what’s coming up. From its first issue in July 1969, The Bulletin has been The Glebe Society’s primary form of communication.
Join one of our many varied Glebe Society Events such as guided walks, talks and tours.