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Happy ending for lost cat
29 November

Lost cat reunited with owner

September 2017 | Spring Newsletter
21 September

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June 2017 Winter Newsletter
25 June

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Illegal parking | News update
29 May

Illegal parking and message from Randwick Council

NSW Cancer Council Charity Ball | May 2017
22 June

Update on and photos from a fun night

Autumn 2017 | March quarter newsletter
10 March

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Illegal parking
25 May

Illegal parking | Message from Randwick Council

Amy, Brendan and Little Jack Sparrow Sadgrove | Their story
08 March

 Local couple share their inspiring story

Happy ending for lost cat

The beautiful cat pictured was found in Pine Avenue on Monday 27 November. He's very friendly, clearly well looked after, but sadly not microchipped.

On Wednesday 29 November he was transferred to the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home in Carlton, which thankfully has a no-kill policy. 

On 12 December, this gorgeous guy was reunited with his owners. Love a happy ending!

Sydney Dogs and Cats Home is raising money for new premises. If you'd like to donate, please contact:

Sydney Dogs and Cats Home
7 Edward Street, Carlton NSW 2218

T: 02 9587 9611

Read the full article

Zucchini and bacon slice

Sofia's spring recipe is easy to cook, delicious served hot or cold, and great for kids' lunches. Looking for a vegetarian option? You can replace the bacon with a combination of your favourite veggies.

Get the recipe

Telecoms update | Oct 17

Read yet another disappointing response from Senator Fifield's office. Check out the long history of the CA's attempts to obtain choice of provider for Prince Henry residents.


Memorial Clock Tower | Sep 17 update

A letter from the Department of Industry advised that Crown Lands would provide an update by the end of September 2017 on its plans for the Memorial Clock Tower and all other heritage built items at Prince Henry.


Work spaces for rent in Little Bay

Two work spaces are available for lease in the heritage Coast Centre for Seniors. Fourteen square metres each, internal security, natural lighting, heating, free WiFi, and much more. Contact Linda Mearing, Manager, for more information and to arrange an inspection. 

Full details...

What's on at Little Hutong

Every Wednesday from 25 October, 5:30pm to 9pm, or until food runs out,  all those who serve our community are eligible for a free meal + drink. Also check out Little Hutong's new summer menu starting on 1 November and the Secret Chef summer 2017 dishes from 1 November to savour and vote on. 


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 check out the What's on web section. For golf specials check out The Coast Golf Club in Local businesses and services.

Find out more

Kamay parkrun | Sep 17 news

parkrun events are open to everyone of all ages and abilities, and are free, family-friendly and fun to take part in either as a runner or walker. parkrun is conducted by parkrun volunteers, who are runners/walkers just like yourself.

Check out the Spring update

Next CA EC Meeting | 12 Dec 17

WHEN: 6pm, Tuesday 12 December 2017
WHERE: The Hibiscus Room, The Coast Centre, Curie Avenue,  Little Bay

All lot owners or their nominees may attend Executive Committee meetings.

More on the EC and other CA issues

Prince Henry history

Want to know more about Prince Henry's history and heritage status, read a historical timeline and some fascinating stories?

Go to the About section

Coast Centre for Seniors

Are you adventurous? Looking for ways to rekindle old interests or explore new avenues? Paint, learn a language, tackle technology, or join in any number of rewarding and fun activities.

More on the Coast Centre

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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