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    The Westsider: May, 2023

    The Westsider is a not-for-profit, monthly community newspaper, written by volunteers and delivered to hundreds of pick-up points across the inner west each month.

    CHAMPIONS OF THE WEST – COMMUNITY BIKE HUB

    “The Bike Hub is a community resource that bridges the divide between diverse cultural communities, genders, and socio-economic groups”

    MUKESH HAIKERWAL

    "People out here are very proud of their communities. They can advocate for their families and friends."

    RETIREMENT VILLAGE RESIDENTS FORGING INTERGENERATIONAL CONNECTIONS WITH LOCAL SCHOOL STUDENTS

    Local residents are being called upon to volunteer as part of a popular intergenerational school volunteering program run by EdConnect Australia.

    WHY I VOLUNTEER FOR NATURE CONSERVATION

    Whatever your interests (like writing articles for community newspapers!) it’s a lot of fun getting involved in the community and meeting like-minded people!

    VOLUNTEERING AT WEST WELCOME WAGON

    If you are interested in volunteering with West Welcome Wagon, we would love to match up your skill sets with our needs.

    EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO ARTISTIC AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

    Community Van is supporting d/Deaf and Disabled artists to visit galleries, connect with the arts industry and meet other artists. 

    MEET THE BIG ISSUE VENDOR: BRIAN FROM WILLIAMSTOWN

    I appreciate everything that people have done for me around Williamstown over the years.

    TOGETHER, WE RAISED $1 MILLION FOR THE GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL

    Thank you to everyone who joined the Herald Sun and Transurban on Sunday 19 March for the 2023 Run for the Kids.

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