Monthly Archives: January 2021
Frank Hurley, the famous photographer and film-maker, was born in Glebe in 1885. If you are interested in Frank Hurley, you may like to watch the online presentation about his life and work organised by the Local History people at Woollahra Municipal Council.
The original Forest Lodge partially existed under No 224, prior to Munro Terrace (Nos 212-230 Bridge Rd). This is a story of the owners and occupants of No 224.
Bus route changes disadvantage people with mobility impairments trying to get into the city.
Congratulations to Robert Hannan and his team for the excellent exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of the current St John’s Church. We hope many of you had the opportunity to view the exhibition while it was on display this month.
This year’s annual bird survey took place on Sunday 1 November. A total of 16 people signed on at 6.45 am in Paddy Gray Reserve in Hereford St and were allocated to ten survey sites across Glebe and Forest Lodge including streets, parks and along waterways.