June 2017 Newsletter

Changes to the Mount Lawley SHS zone, a new Farmers’ Market, a Mount Lawley couple representing WA in The Block 2017, new eating places, a Maylands art extravaganza and more in this month’s edition of Beaufort & Beyond! Click here to read the full newsletter & enjoy!   PS – If you’d like to receive […]

Connecting with your local community

Love living where you live and would like to get more involved? Or keen to stay up to date with what’s happening in your ‘hood? This guide to local community groups in the suburbs surrounding Beaufort Street might help.

Finally, Spring! September 2016 newsletter

There’s the Hip on Heritage Short Film Festival, Art Night Monday’s in Maylands, details of upcoming events in the Town of Vincent and a heads up on two local train stations under threat of closure in this month’s edition of Beaufort & Beyond – plus all the usual goss on other new openings and happenings […]

July 2016 newsletter is out!

The beginning of August heralds the start of the local event and market season, with the Inglewood Night Market beginning on Monday and two events happening in Baysie over the next two weekends. Plus there’s a heap of new cafe, restaurant and shop openings to check out – all this and more in this month’s newsletter […]

March newsletter!

There’s a slew of new places to try, all the goss from the Beaufort Street, a Window Carnevale and an Evening in the Park in Baysie. All this and more in the March newsletter – enjoy!

Halloween hijinx around Beaufort & Beyond

Ok, I know it’s an American tradition that some people love to hate, but there’s no changing the fact that Aussie kids are now fully into the swing of Halloween. If you want to be part of the fun there’s now myriad homes (and streets) across our local suburbs that get into the spirt as well […]

2015/16 Festival Season begins

Between markets, community meet-ups, outdoor concerts and other free local council events the weekend social calendar can fill up pretty quickly in the Summer and early Autumn months. Here’s a list of the biggest local  Festivals (mostly free) that you want to pencil in your diary now so you don’t miss out (note – this is Festivals only, […]

Beaufort & Beyond August eNews

This month’s newsletter asks, “Are Bayswater and Inglewood beginning to get their groove on?” and “Is Highgate is becoming the bakery capital of Perth?” We look at the City of Stirling’s decision to replace verge collection with skips bins,  welcome Finlay & Sons No. 917 to Beaufort Street and anticipate another bumper season of the Inglewood Night Markets. To read this month’s […]

Beaufort & Beyond June eNews

This month’s newsletter is packed full of local news and happenings, including the imminent closure of the Inglewood IGA, postponing of the Mt Lawley Farmers and Artists Market at ECU, new cafes, the Bayswater Streats food van trial due to start soon on 10 July and a link to a lovely short film/video that takes […]

Greening our suburbs: veges on verges

At the end of March, City of Bayswater Councillor Chris Cornish put forward three motions to Council aimed at making the City the true  “Garden City” it proclaims to be  (see Chris’s original blog post, Edible Gardens, for the details and a recent article in The Voice about the outcome of the vote here). Of the three motions, the one allowing […]