People will be able to sign the petition to save Wamberal Memorial Hall tomorrow July 2 after they vote.
The hall has been a polling place for every local, State and Federal election since 1922 and the petition is seeking the support of the NSW Minister for Heritage to list the hall as a heritage item.
Bring your ideas and lets have a great time while we make our village an even better place to live at the community meeting 7:15pm Wednesday 29 June at the Wamberal Surf Club.
There is now no impediment to the Central Coast Council demolishing the Wamberal Memorial Hall because of a “mistake” made by Gosford Council when they classified the land as “Operational land” – the same classification used for council works depots or quarries or sewer plants etc.
Council has no ethical right to sell our prized community assets without the consent of the people, especially when the property was privately built on privately donated land.
We need better parks not less parks. You can help save Benjamin Parker Reserve by sending an email or letter to the Central Coast Council.
We also have sample letters, dot points and summaries to help you personalise your submission.
Earlier times in the district of Wamberal is a special book on the early history of Wamberal and is a must for every local family.
The worst storm since 1974 saw monster waves combine with the year’s highest tide to cause devastation to Terrigal businesses and infrastructure whilst homes along Wamberal Beach narrowly escaped serious damage. With images and video from the Newcastle Herald.
A fundraiser for the Gosford Branch of the Children’s Medical Research Institute is on this Sunday at the East Gosford Progress Hall on Henry Parry Drive, East Gosford from 9am
Central Coast Council fails to give adequate access to public hearings into the sale of Wamberal Memorial Hall, Benjamin Parker Reserve and 41 other parks!!!
Private Bert Bean – son, worker and “dear young friend”- killed at Bullecourt on Wednesday 11 April 1917. The second in our series profiling ANZACS associated with Wamberal and the Memorial Hall.
Wamberal Lagoon is a unique and pristine waterway and this new community business plan promotes the partnership between the community, Council and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service in improving Wamberal Lagoon.