CWH TENANTS CREATING A NEW VIBRANT COMMUNITY WITH OLD SCHOOL VALUES

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Published by: Inner West Courier  |  27 October, 2015

“There’s relationshipbuilding, networking and friendships being established.

“It’s about the generosity of being a good neighbour and wanting to get to know them.”

Northern Sydney Institute horticulture director Kate Low worked with residents to help them plant seeds.

Mother-of-one Joanne Simpson said the community garden had brought many benefits to the residents.

“It’s a beautiful space and everyone is really enjoying it,” Ms Simpson said.