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April 27 Saturday: Celebration of Haberfield Gardens Walk
May 5 Sunday: Leadlight Walk
May 11 Saturday: Yasmar Garden Open Day
You are invited to a
Grill the Candidates ELECTION FORUM
Haberfield Centre (Haberfield Library Building)
Monday 4 March at 7.30pm
The Haberfield Association are hosting a Forum for the major party Candidates for the Summer Hill electorate in the NSW elections on March 23.
The Forum will focus on issues of concern to Haberfield residents.
Labor: Jo Haylen MP
Liberal: Leo Wei
Greens: Tom Raue
Independent Chair: Alan Russell (Fmr. Minister at St David’s)
All Haberfield residents are invited to come to the Forum and put your questions to the candidates.
Discussion topics could include:
- heritage conservation and protection
- Haberfield being listed on the State Heritage Register
- de-amalgamation of the Inner West Council
- pruning of street trees
- filtration of WestConnex ventilation stacks
- compensation for WestConnex property damage
You can email your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join a few Haberfield Association members and other locals at our monthly Breakfast on the first Wednesday of each month.
Catch-up on what is happening in and around Haberfield in an informal setting.
Breakfasts are at different venues in Haberfield each month.
Future venues to include Garnish, Hungry Grasshopper, San Valentino, Early Bird Café, Single Rosetta and others. Watch the Haberfield Association Facebook Page for venue each month.
Everyone Welcome – including non-members!
Get ready for Haberfield's 2019 Garden Competition!
Categories this year are yet to be confirmed by previously included:
- Whole garden (front and back)
- Front Garden (as viewed from the street)
- Back Garden
- Vegetable and/or Herb Garden
- Garden Feature/Critters – which can include bees, chooks, rabbits etc
For more details about the categories you can enter,
contact Jeff Malyon: on 0417 976 226 or by Email
The Haberfield Garden Competition is open to all people of Haberfield, at no cost, and is organised by a group of Haberfield residents as a community project.