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Community Groups

There are several independent resident and community groups, which promote and advocate for the interests of the residents and local community the residential areas of the City, which includes North Adelaide. These groups play an important role in sharing local information, raising concerns and liaising openly with Council. They also make representations to other levels of Government on matters that affect their area.

Please contact them directly for further information.
 

Incorporated Resident and Community Associations

The North Adelaide Society Inc.

Contact – Edgar Briedis (Chairman) or John Bridgland (Honorary Secretary)
Phone – Chairman: Day: 8276 9355; Night: 8267 5924
Phone – Secretary: Day: 8211 8766; Night: 8267 5949
Address – PO Box 60, North Adelaide SA 5006
Email - jbeditor@senet.com.au

The society produces a quarterly newsletter for members

South East City Residents Association Inc.

Chairperson – John Underwood
Phone – 0428 232 418
Address - PO Box 7017, Hutt Street, Adelaide, SA 5000
Email - secra.sa@gmail.com
Website - http://secra.asn.au/

South West City Community Association Inc.

Chairperson – Susan Collins
Email - swcityca@gmail.com
Facebook - Celebrate the South West City

West End Village Association Inc.

Contact – John Kirkwood
Phone – 0417881488
Fax - 82316408
Address - 30 Elizabeth St, Adelaide SA 5000
Email - john_kirkwood@icloud.com
Website – www.weva.com.au
Facebook – www.facebook.com/weva.adelaide

Other Groups

West End Reference Group

The West End Reference Group (WERG) aims to improve community safety through building positive partnerships, community capacity and resilience. Council has played a facilitation role in this group since 2005 and it meets on a quarterly basis.

Contact - Senior Safety Strategy Consultant 8203 7390

South West Community Network

The South West Community Meetings bring the local community together to talk about what’s working well for the people in the south west city, to discover and build on local strengths and resources, to share dreams for the neighbourhood and work together to make those dreams a sustainable reality.

The formal groups that operate in the SW have the opportunity to report and seek feedback to inform their work. The Meetings are bi-monthly, 2nd Wednesday in February, April, June, August and October at 6.30pm and conclude with a shared supper, giving time for informal chat and socialising.

Contact – swcommunitynetwork@gmail.com

The SACommunity website allows you to search for groups and services in all council areas by a specific interest area - http://sacommunity.org/ otherwise feel free to contact Council’s Community Development Officer on 8203 7570 for further information

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