Wentworth Point Community Central News, 29 May 2018

Hot off the press! WPCC news is in the link below.

Wentworth Point Community Central News, 29 May 2018

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Wentworth Point Community Central News, 22 May 2018

Meet the latest WPCC news!

Wentworth Point Community Central News, 22 May 2018

Latest News 22/05/18 3:05pm today – ABC Radio, James Valentine interview with Bronwyn Evans on the da… 22/05/18 After three years, still no master plan for Sydney Olympic Park 21/05/18 Luke Foley letter re buses 21/05/18 Parklands User Survey 21/05/18 White Label Online Survey Software | Researc…

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Afternoons

Here’s a link to the ABC interview. It’s the whole James Valentine show. Key timings are:
1:00:15 – start of discussion on the roundabout
1:02:26 – lead in to SOP masterplan
1:03:10 to 1:07:06 – Interview with Bronwyn Evans
Then various callers
1:11:10 to 1:15:30 – Back to Bronwyn for discussion beyond the roundabout
Then various callers, including James who uses it every day
1:17 to 1:19 – Back to Bronwyn
1:22:26 – Funny bit on “the Magic Roundabout”

http://www.abc.net.au/radio/sydney/programs/afternoons/afternoons/9765212

Afternoons

No one looks at the world quite like James Valentine

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Parklands User Survey

Parklands User Survey

The Parklands at Sydney Olympic Park are home to many birds, other animals and several threatened communities. Migratory shorebirds feed in the wetlands, bush birds shelter in the woodland and the forest is home to our resident White-bellied Sea-Eagles.
Help us shape your Parklands at Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Olympic Park Authority is updating its vision for the Parklands for 2030.
We need you to tell us how you want to use the Parklands in the future.
Here’s how you can help:
Complete the survey yourself at research.net/r/SOPAParklandsUserSurvey or click on Sydney Olympic Park below.

· Distribute the survey link to your frtiends via website, email or social media

· Complete the short survey for your chance to win a $100 WISH gift card and be part of the vision for the Parklands to 2030

· For more information, contact 9714 7229 or enquiries@sopa.nsw.gov.au.

Parklands User Survey
Web survey powered by Research.net. Your feedback is appreciated!
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White Label Online Survey Software | Research.net

The Parklands at Sydney Olympic Park are home to many birds, other animals and several threatened communities. Migratory shorebirds feed in the wetlands, bush birds shelter in the woodland and the forest is home to our resident White-bellied Sea-Eagles.
Help us shape your Parklands at Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Olympic Park Authority is updating its vision for the Parklands for 2030.
We need you to tell us how you want to use the Parklands in the future.
Here’s how you can help:
Complete the survey yourself at research.net/r/SOPAParklandsUserSurvey or click on Sydney Olympic Park below.

· Distribute the survey link to your frtiends via website, email or social media

· Complete the short survey for your chance to win a $100 WISH gift card and be part of the vision for the Parklands to 2030

· For more information, contact 9714 7229 or enquiries@sopa.nsw.gov.au.

Parklands User Survey
Web survey powered by Research.net. Your feedback is appreciated!
RESEARCH.NET

Parklands User Survey
Web survey powered by Research.net. Your feedback is appreciated!
RESEARCH.NET

White Label Online Survey Software | Research.net

Create white label surveys and branded surveys on research.net. SurveyMonkey’s online survey platform makes it easy to conduct powerful research.

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Would you like to join the WPCC committee? WPCC organises social and community …

Would you like to join the WPCC committee?

WPCC organises social and community events, undertakes advocacy for our suburb and provides a communication hub for residents.

There is a small committee that has been behind all of these initiatives, and a couple of our contributors will be stepping down in June.

Elena Mylovanova has been managing the Facebook page and sending the weekly email newsletter for the past couple of years since she moved to WP. She has also helped out with some of our events. We thank her for her enthusiastic and significant community contribution.

Bob Biancardi, treasurer and public officer, is stepping down too.

I am also stepping down from my multiple roles in communications, advocacy, community event management, sponsorship etc. It’s time for me to focus on some lovely things happening in my personal life.

The remaining committee consists of John Spooner and Ron Hancock (who focus on the friday night BBQ, music and the christmas parties), Alison Ross-Smith (who manages some of the special events and does promotion), Robyn Watts (who assists with special events) and Marisa Van Schalkwyk (secretary)

We are looking to run an information meeting to brief anyone interested in picking up on any of these roles. If you’re interested in volunteering, please send me an email at admin@wentworthpointcommunity.org by the end of the week (Friday 25/5/18).

Bronwyn Evans

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