A high school at Meadowbank.
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A high school at Meadowbank.
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An update on the local Women’s Community Shelter. The WP Ball 2017 raised the funds required to get this off the ground. The next steps have started!
Women’s Community Shelters are delighted to be working towards a new shelter for women, with or without children in the Parramatta LGA! We are extremely grateful for the support of Wentworth Point Community Central and City of Parramatta for their contribution of the set-up costs for this new shelter. Now we need the right people to form a local Board, who will be supported by WCS, to get things moving! Our shelter model involves community participation, fundraising and local advocacy and draws in incredible community support
Would you like to be a part of it? Come along to our Community Forum in partnership with City of Parramatta on Wednesday, 21st March from 6-8 PM at Parramatta City Meeting Rooms, 1 Fitzwilliam Street, Parramatta. Full invitation and RSVP details below!!
Could you please share amongst your networks for those who may be interested?
Do you care about the Baylink Shuttle continuing?
City of Parramatta Council is deferring this, again. We have asked Council to attend a community meeting to explain why. Please read the attached and lobby Council to meet with the community.
If you want the shuttle to continue, make your voice heard to Council by sending a letter. Details provided on the link below.
The new WP Public School eNewsletter has arrived!
Welcome to the Wentworth Point Public School 9 March 2018 eNewsletter. #Schoolzine
Wentworth Point Public School is collecting Coles Sports for Schools vouchers.
If you shop at Coles, please collect the vouchers to help provide equipment for the school. We will get a collection box at Pulse Gym to make it easier to drop your vouchers off.
If all the community collected vouchers, we could provide some valuable equipment.
More info on the link.
Welcome to Coles supermarkets. View your local catalogue. Find your nearest store. Shop online and have your groceries delivered. Discover great recipe ideas.
Today, I visited the school as a guest of Principal Rose. It was fabulous to see how what was an empty block a year ago has been transformed into a vibrant school.
Rose has been the driving force to bring the school together with a seemingly endless supply of energy. This school is nothing like what I remember from my long ago school years!
The school can accommodate 400 kids. There will need to be a second phase of building to expand to the promised 1000, but there’s no timeline for this.
From Council meeting held 26-Feb-18
From Council meeting 12-Feb, relevant to WP
Update on Peninsula Park from Luke Foley
Discover the new issue of WPCC newsletter.
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It was a beautiful day and a great celebration yesterday to bring in the Lunar New Year festivities at Wentworth Point this year!
Thank you to all who helped organise it, the sponsors and all the residents who made it a great success!! ?? May the New Year fortune stay with all! Cheers!
Update from Landcom on the Peninsular Park
Advertising in the WP Public School newsletter
Rose, the principal of WPPS, has asked me to share that if the community wish to advertise for commercial purposes they can contact Schoolzine. Not for profit organisations who do not have political and/or religious affiliations can contact me directly email@example.com.
The weekend is finally here & this one is going to be a special one of course for All Wentworth Point Residents !! ????
You are invited to Wentworth Point’s Lunar New Year Celebrations at St. Tropez, Promenade on Saturday 24th Feb from 6PM
Come join us for a FREE & Fun Community Celebration!!
You can enjoy with family & friends an evening filled with fun music, Traditional Lion Dragon Dance, KungFu Martial Art display, Chinese TaiChi Performance & Dance.
Kids can engage and enjoy the Magic Show & colorful Face Paintings
To top it all up, don’t miss the New Year Fireworks at 9.30PM
Enjoy the evening with some ‘free’ Sausage Sizzles. Food can also be purchased at our Korean food stall at the venue. We also have a Dumpling stall teasing your Chinese taste buds! ????
Dont forget to bring a rug, picnic table-chairs and extra food & drinks, if you’d like !
Let the excitement for the LUNAR NEW YEAR begin….See you tomorrow everyone !! ???✨?????
48 people interested
Baylink Shuttle Update
The Baylink Shuttle trial continues to receive great community support, with more than 35,000 passenger trips in the first 3 weeks of service.
In response to some of the comments we’ve received, a number of changes to the current service have now been implemented and include:
* *An extended service to Rhodes Waterside shopping centre every 20 minutes during non–peak periods. Ask the driver, or check the Bennelong Bridge website (bennelongbridge.com.au) for details.
* A minor change to the route on the Rhodes side of the bridge to improve on-time running. This requires the relocation of the stop on Gauthorpe Street to Shoreline Drive.
* Changes to Stop 1 on Baywater Drive – Stop 1 has moved approx 70-100 metres west on Baywater Drive (to near the corner of Monza Boulevard). Please note, this an ‘in-lane’ bus stop, similar to Stop 2 at the Pulse Function Centre on Stromboli Strait.
*On-demand passenger drop-off stop southbound on Hill Road.
Your feedback is needed!
Billbergia’s long term plans for the Baylink Shuttle include an additional 2 buses (4 in total) as part of a proposal for the last stage of Billbergia’s waterfront development on Burroway Road.
Delivery of the service will depend on Council’s approval of Billbergia’s plans and an assessment on how the service can assist in reducing private vehicle use and encourage greater use of public transport.
Your feedback is needed to help keep the Baylink Shuttle running as a permanent service.
We encourage you to provide your feedback about the trial and your thoughts about the long term operation of Baylink Shuttle trial to City of Parramatta Council before 9 March 2018.
You can send feedback via email to
Council@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au and firstname.lastname@example.org
Or via mail to
City of Parramatta
PO Box 32, Parramatta NSW 2124
You can also contact us via email email@example.com or by phone 1800 WWP BUS with any queries and for more information about Billbergia’s plans.
Please keep your pets safe on Saturday night when the Lunar New Year celebrations are on.
A new year brings freshness of hope, a heart filled with love and wishes for Family & Friends!! #Happy #Chinese #NewYear to all at Wentworth Point Community!
Don’t miss the celebrations for Lunar New Year next weekend! Click on the link & Mark your calendars ! ??????????? See you there!
It’s time to read the WPCC newsletter. Isn’t it?
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An update from the Baylink shuttle team
WP Lunar New Year celebrations for the Year of the Dog are just in 2 weeks. Are you ready for the New Year, full of sincerity, loyalty, and harmony, which the dog? is famous for??
25 people interested
Eat, Drink, Enjoy… during the WPCC Community BBQ ? in the Piazza!
Catch up on all the latest news in Wentworth Point!
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