Vale Noreen Hayes
A long standing member of our Glebe community, Noreen Hayes, died recently aged 88.. She was interviewed for Rearview several years ago and her memories of early Glebe were delightful. She was a wonderful, earthy countrywoman.

Margaret Cody

750 books were sorted into home reader packs and are ready to go. The books were purchased from the proceeds of the Glebe Book Sale (image: Glebe Book Sale Facebook page)

Book sale raised over $5,000 for Glebe Public school readers
From Debs Hannon, Book Sale Coordinator, Glebe Public School:

We ran a very successful book sale back in May and raised over $5000, which has been used to buy 750 new readers and literary resources for the school.

No doubt many of your members not only donated but also bought books over that weekend. We are extremely thankful for your members’ ongoing support of our school.

You may be interested that we are also having a book sale at Glebe Markets on 4 August to sell the left over good quality fiction from the May collection.

Glebe Carers’ Support Group
Do you care for someone with a disability or mental illness? This support group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Join others with similar experiences to access information and support. Glebe Town Hall, 1-2.30pm. Refreshments provided. Phone 9571 6453 for more information.

The Glebe Dirty Reds now have a website
Australia’s first ever Rugby League team, the Glebe Dirty Reds now has a website: Here you can find out about fixtures, read the Club’s history and buy various merchandise, including club t-shirts.

You can also purchase copies of Max Solling’s book, ‘An Act of Bastardry’ about the unceremonious dumping of the Glebe Dirty Reds from the Rugby League in 1929 (