Gladys Berejiklian: Cancel The Sydney Light Rail
Vegan Picnic tomorrow - all welcome Vegan Picnic to Save Sydney's Trees And Animals.
Date: Sunday 6th August 2017
Place: Belmore Park, Eddy Avenue, Sydney. (Next to Central Station)
All inclusive event - kids welcome! Family Friendly.
Bring: Vegan Food and Drink Only.
Friends, Family, all welcome.
No Smoking, Drugs or Alcohol onsite thanks.
No dogs onsite, thanks.
More information phone John 0414 755 621
Hope you can make it along next weekend to the Save The Trees And Animals Campaign Vegan Picnic! Found this great website for inspiring picnic recipe's : Hot For Food, Cooking Up Vegan Love! (Picture from their website) You are invited to the Save The Trees And Animals Vegan Picnic! DATE: Sunday 6th August 2017 … Continue reading One Week To Vegan Picnic!
http://www.SaveTheTreesAndAnimalsCampaign.com Phone Gladys Berejiklian 02 8574 5000 to stop the Sydney Light Rail
The NSW and Federal Liberal Party of Australia are killing and mutilating over 1,400 Sydney Shade trees, including hundreds of trees on our War Memorial Boulevarde, ANZAC Parade, Sydney for the #SydneyLightRail Project. The #SydneyLightRail project will also cut public transport capacity and increase traffic congestion. At a cost to taxpayers of over $3 Billion … Continue reading Stop The NSW and Federal Liberal Party Killing Our Sydney Trees
We are going along to Join the March In March On Saturday. Date: Saturday 25th March, 2017 TIME: 1pm PLACE: Belmore Park, Eddy Avenue Haymarket, Across the road from Central More Info https://www.facebook.com/events/1535015309856781/ Meet at Belmore park at 12:30pm near the stage. Wear Dark Green, Navy and White. https://www.facebook.com/events/1535015309856781/
Sunday, 4th December 2017 Message from Penny Sharpe MLC to the Save the Trees and Animals Rally Thank you all for attending today’s rally for our trees and animals, and while I cannot be there in person I want to send you this message. I am proud to support today’s rally on behalf of the … Continue reading Statement from Penny Sharpe MLC