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La Perouse and Kurnell ferry wharves
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Dec 16 newsletter | Happy holidays

December 2016 newsletter

Happy holidays and seasons greetings to all of our readers. And thanks for your support throughout 2016.

Also a reminder that the December newsletter will be our last monthly edition for a little while. 

Quarterly newsletters will be replacing monthly issues in 2017. The first quarterly newsletter, being the autumn issue, will be emailed to subscribers in March 2017, followed by the winter issue in June, the spring issue in September and the summer issue in December. Keep a look-out for the odd intermittent email from the Web Team — it'll be an important reminder. 

Each quarter we'll bring you up-to-date news on local issues, and we'll continue to encourage our readers to submit their news and views to share at any time in the cycle. Website sponsorship rates have been adjusted to reflect the changes. 

In the December newsletter you'll find a few different pieces — the dilemma re repair and ongoing maintenance of our heritage Memorial Clocktower, a plea from Chifley Public School for financial support, a reminder about the annual Pere Receveur Mass at La Perouse, and Kamay parkrun, a new special interest group. 

The Pollies are back for our Christmas issue, Peter and Steve from Silver sponsor NG Farah have provided a fascinating quarterly review on Little Bay and, of course, there's yet another treat from Sofia's kitchen. 

Our website sponsors, as always, deserve an extra special mention as do our volunteer contributors. Many thanks to you all, we couldn't do it without you.

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Sofia's Christmas treat

Who'd have thought Prince Henry could be so 'on trend'? Grain, dairy and refined sugar free, these jaffa rum balls are full of goodness they're paleo, raw and vegan friendly. And, they're super easy to make.

Read more and get the recipe

Memorial Clock Tower | repair and maintenance

Getting the Memorial Clock in working order and finding an effective and permanent solution to its ongoing maintenance have been issues pursued by the CA EC for some considerable time.

Read more and share your ideas

December quarter | Local property market review

Data suggests that median capital growth in Little Bay over the past three years has been a staggering 72 per cent for houses and 41 per cent for apartments.

Read more local property info and stats from NG Farah

Find out how you can help Chifley Public School

For as little as $30 or $40, you can leave a lasting memory from your time at Chifley Public School and help the school's important fundraising initiatives.

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Kamay parkrun

parkrun events are open to everyone of all ages and abilities, and are free, safe and easy to take part in. parkrun is conducted by parkrun volunteers, who are runners/walkers just like yourself.

Find out more

Nursing and Medical Museum

Please don't park in the bus/coach bay in Brodie Avenue, adjacent to the Museum. It's there for the exclusive use of buses and coaches transporting often elderly or infirm visitors to the museum. 

Find out more

Telecoms update | Dec 16

Seems Prince Henry's not the only community frustrated that for many residents the only telecoms provider is Pivit. Read about a large community located at Brisbane's Kelvin Grove, and its experiences with Pivit. Sound familiar?

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Coast Centre for Seniors

Are you an adventurous ‘over 55’ looking for ways to rekindle old interests or explore new avenues? Paint, learn French or Italian, dare to switch on a computer and explore other worlds, or join in any number of rewarding and fun activities.

More on the Coast Centre

What's on in the neighbourhood?

As well as the fabulous range of cafes, there's lots going on in and around Prince Henry. For events and offers at The Coast Golf Club and elsewhere, check out the What's on web section.

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Quarterly newsletters from 2017

Quarterly newsletters (March, June, September, December) will replace monthly emails in 2017, with the last monthly edition to be emailed in December 2016.

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Next CA EC Meeting | 11 April 17

WHEN: 6pm, Tuesday 11 April 2017

WHERE: The Hibiscus Room, The Coast Centre, Curie Avenue,  Little Bay

All lot owners or their nominees are entitled to attend executive committee meetings.

More on the EC and other CA issues

Become a web sponsor

The Prince Henry Community Website is run by a small group of volunteers. We are kept afloat by the generosity of our sponsors. You could promote your businessby becoming a sponsor while at the same time helping keep the website afloat.

Find out how to become a sponsor

Who to contact?

It’s important for owners and residents to know who to contact and to have their say. Go to the Contacts page for a comprehensive list of who to speak to on various community issues.

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